Communication by telegraph and telephone leave no time for reflection or consultation and demand an immediate and often hasty decision (1917).
Which do you prefer: Facebook or Twitter? For me the choice was simple, and Facebook’s response has only reinforced my decision.
Social media and ad trackers do not operate to acceptable standards of privacy. And Apple just sprung us a minor update to OS X, not just a security update.
Facebook has become a stochastic bazaar: utterly random, unpredictable, and a human interface mess.
Facebook, Google, Amazon, and others now use AI to make choices for us. Are they changing our opinions too?
Is video “the best way to tell stories”? Is live-streaming the way ahead for social media? Or is this just marketing hype?
Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo together have a lot of clout. More than the UK government?
Johannes Ullrich has just reported some scareware which could trouble OS X users. This is detailed in his […]
Sometimes cached data are not as concealed or transient as we might wish. Don’t get cached out by them.
When is the last time that an online service caused you to have an unexpected cucumber experience?