I just realised what you get if you spell my youngest’s name backwards. Hey, Iris…
The mask slips, just a little: Facebook traffic to publishers is gone - and Campbell Brown just erected its tombstone
How Facebook distorted human interactions on the altar of engagement.
Nice contextualisation: How to get human time back from technology
Really enjoyed editing and prepping for publication a guest post for the Next Conference blog. However, it did remind me yet again how often we ignored warnings in the past about the way we implemented digital technology.
Someone who self-describes as “brutally honest” is probably either a delusional bully or just plain rude.
|The interesting thing not really explored by the article, is that the rating the author puts himself through is just a more extreme version of what happens to us every day on social networks: [The World of Rated People: Inside the Dystopian Future of Social Credit Scores||GQ](https://www.gq.com/story/whats-my-rating-social-credit-score?mbid=synd_digg&utm_source=digg&utm_medium=email)|
Love a bit of skyscraper porn: This week, images of Europe’s tallest skyscraper were revealed
Lovely piece about both the incredible potential of computational photography - and the romance of film.
My goodness, this makes me want to visit Sweden. (Especially the cabin/boat thing. Want.)
You have to wonder if anyone at Facebook has ever heard the phrase “when in a hole, stop digging”.
Watching your partner fall in love with someone else - on Strava. Leaky public data and unintended consequences…
I’ve been largely absent from Twitter for months. I’ve been giving a little thought as to why: Twitter’s “them and us” problem
“Civility always; servility never”: In this grim age of Trump and Brexit, online fury is a dead end for the left
It’s getting to the point when I find a corporate or organisation “blog” that actually has an RSS feed, I’m surprised. We’ve fallen a long way on direct engagement tech.
This is not the Beano of my youth - and that’s a good thing: Beano Launches New Comic Strip Focused On Mobile Phones And Kids’ Mental Health