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How Did Burger King Serve Customers Real Meat Instead of Impossible Burgers? - Eater
When a Burger King manager sent customers beef instead of the Impossible Burger, he was buying into the assumption that it’s just a trend
ImpossibleBurger  BurgerKing  vegetarianism  trends  review  critique  Eater  2019 
yesterday by inspiral
The New Wilderness (Idle Words)
That is not the conversation Facebook or Google want us to have. Their totalizing vision is of a world with no ambient privacy and strong data protections, dominated by the few companies that can manage to hoard information at a planetary scale. They correctly see the new round of privacy laws as a weapon to deploy against smaller rivals, further consolidating their control over the algorithmic panopticon.
privacy  Facebook  Google  ambientprivacy  review  critique  IdleWords  2019 
10 days ago by inspiral
How Moby's bestselling album Play damaged electronic music
This month, Moby’s acclaimed album Play turns 20 years old. Ryan Diduck re-examines the bestselling full-length to find a cynical, problematic hodgepodge of signals that led electronic music down a dark, commodified path.
Moby  Play  music  culturalappropriation  critique  FactMag  2019 
4 weeks ago by inspiral
The Most Senseless Environmental Crime of the 20th Century - Pacific Standard
Fifty years ago 180,000 whales disappeared from the oceans without a trace, and researchers are still trying to make sense of why. Inside the most irrational environmental crime of the century.
whales  whaling  environment  quotas  Russia  critique  PacificStandard  2019 
4 weeks ago by inspiral
A Million Tesla ‘Robotaxis’ Would Cripple Urban Transport
However, Musk’s robotaxi proposal shows what the tech industry aspires to do if autonomy ever reaches a level where it can handle most driving situations, and it’s pretty clear it would be disastrous for cities. A million robotaxis within a year would cripple urban transport systems, but that doesn’t bother Musk because he refuses to accept cities have spatial constraints.
Uber  ElonMusk  selfdrivingvehicles  forecast  review  critique  RadicalUrbanist  Medium  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
The Scholar's Stage: The Utterly Dysfunctional Belt and Road
I am still comfortable with my earlier declaration that (from China's perspective) the Belt and Road has been "one big mistake." Many investments have been poorly chosen; the greatest beneficiaries are SOEs and local government officials who profit—financially and politically—from BRI projects but do not have to deal with the political and diplomatic blowback created when opposition parties in BRI countries take power and begin to investigate deals made by their opponents. For this reason I am far less concerned with BRI's global reach than many other observers. I simply don't think this is going to bring the PRC the sort of political returns Xi Jinping was hoping for when he first laid out his grand vision of a continent spanning infrastructure regime.
OneBeltOneRoad  beltandroad  development  investment  corruption  politics  critique  China  internationalrelations  TheScholarsStage  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
Friends of the Pod | Issue 34 | n+1
And what would our podcast be about? Surely we can come up with something. Podcasts are second-order cultural productions, records of reactions, consumption in real time. Most of them expand on existing mass-culture obsessions: sports, TV, gossip, crime. They create more culture by attending to culture, but without ever lapsing into criticism. Hosts instead serve as panel commentators on our niche hobbies — Korean skincare, Spider-Man comics — and pet political concerns, such as Supreme Court oral arguments or Pew Research Center polling data. They take the amiable chatter of live television — where our interests would never get the ratings to warrant a dedicated show — and carry it into the more affordable realm of audio. The more culture we consume and process alone, on our computers and phones, the more we appreciate the company of others who, in dishing about our common interests, can approximate the collectivity we crave.
podcast  personalaccount  review  critique  N+1  2019 
6 weeks ago by inspiral
Wikipedia has a Google Translate problem - The Verge
Smaller editions badly need a machine translation tool — but it isn’t good enough to use on its own
Wikipedia  GoogleTranslate  translation  review  critique  TheVerge  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
AirPods Are a Tragedy - VICE
Apple claims that AirPods are building a “wireless future.” Many people think they're a symbol of disposable wealth. The truth is bleaker.
AppleAirPods  consumerism  capitalism  critique  Vice  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Microsoft, Slack, Zoom, and the SaaS Opportunity – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The problem is that to the extent Teams is successful it is because it is exploiting Microsoft’s existing customer base, not necessarily winning customers who would have never considered Microsoft in the first place. There is not nearly enough industry-leading technology (as is the case with Zoom) or innovation in new use cases (as was the case with Slack) to engender confidence that the company can grow beyond its existing customer relationships in the very long run. This is why companies like Zoom and especially Slack are so valuable: they create new customers who are primed for growth; Microsoft, meanwhile, is mostly keeping its existing customers in-house.

This, then, is Nadella’s new challenge: the company could have acquired Slack early in Nadella’s tenure, and considered Zoom, but waited too long on both. Microsoft has figured out how to leverage its existing userbase: how to increase it remains an open question.
SAAS  enterprise  Microsoft  Slack  Zoom  strategy  management  review  critique  Stratechery  2019 
7 weeks ago by inspiral
Can fashion brands like H&M ever be ethical? — Quartz
Global Supply Chains have broken this model. They have separated spatially those who produce the goods and those who consume the goods. To deliver lower priced goods, separation of consumers from producers is necessary. Buyers threaten to relocate or actually relocate should wage costs rise. As such, the model is the opposite of the virtuous circle as it seeks out workers who do not have a reasonable prospect of being able to consume the type of goods which they produce.
fashion  apparel  manufacturing  employment  supplychain  review  critique  Bangladesh  China  EthicalTradingInitiative  Quartz  2019 
8 weeks ago by inspiral
Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the N.R.A. | The New Yorker
The organization’s leadership is focussed on external threats, but the real crisis may be internal.
NRA  lobbying  management  review  critique  USA  NewYorker  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
College Kids Are Living Like Kings in Vancouver’s Empty Mansions - Bloomberg
Globe-trotting landlords can avoid vacancy taxes by renting. It’s the latest twist for a housing market down 8.5% from its peak.
housing  regulation  review  critique  Vancouver  Bloomberg  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
Opinion | How Capitalism Betrayed Privacy - The New York Times
Nor is there any reason not to use our buying power strategically. Those who want privacy should support and reward the companies who respect it. The economics of privacy would change if enough consumers bought from companies that don’t spy on us and whose products actually help people avoid an unwanted gaze.

Privacy is sometimes characterized as the concern of only an overly sensitive elite. But it was once only an overly sensitive elite that cared about public literacy or stopping child labor. The driving ambition of modern civilization has been to pull us out of a feudal existence, to extend what were once thought of as luxuries to everyday people.

Now is no time to drift backward — especially not in the name of progress.
privacy  internet  socialmedia  review  critique  author:TimWu  NYTimes  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
Reaction of the rich to the Notre Dame fire teaches us a lot about the world we live in | JOE is the voice of Irish people at home and abroad
If two men in a world of more than 7 billion people can provide €300million to restore Notre Dame, within six hours, then there is enough money in the world to feed every mouth, shelter every family and educate every child. The failure to do so is a matter of will, and a matter of system.
NotreDame  fire  philanthropy  inequality  review  critique  Joe  2019 
9 weeks ago by inspiral
Foxconn is confusing the hell out of Wisconsin - The Verge
Last summer, Foxconn announced a barrage of new projects in Wisconsin — so we went looking for them
Foxconn  regionaldevelopment  subsidy  review  critique  Wisconsin  USA  TheVerge  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
The Human Cost of Higher Education's Adjunct Shift - The Atlantic
Thea Hunter was a promising, brilliant scholar. And then she got trapped in academia’s permanent underclass.
employment  academia  university  review  critique  racism  USA  personalaccount  TheAtlantic  2019 
10 weeks ago by inspiral
How dangerous is Jordan B Peterson, the rightwing professor who 'hit a hornets' nest'? | Science | The Guardian
Since his confrontation with Cathy Newman, the Canadian academic’s book has become a bestseller. But his arguments are riddled with ‘pseudo-facts’ and conspiracy theories
JordanBPeterson  profile  review  identitypolitics  AltRight  gender  identity  critique  Guardian  2018 
11 weeks ago by inspiral
Joe Rogan’s podcast is an essential platform for freethinkers who hate the left.
From its unambitious beginnings as a venue for Joe Rogan to shoot the shit with his comedian buddies, The Joe Rogan Experience has become one of the internet’s foremost vectors for anti-wokeness. With its mellow, welcoming vibe, its pretense of common sense, and its general reluctance to push back on any of its guests’ ideas save for only the battiest, the podcast has become the factory where red pills get sugarcoated.
JoeRogan  profile  critique  podcast  Slate  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Most Amazon Brands Are Duds, Not Disrupters, Study Finds - Bloomberg
The study suggests popular political and media narratives about Amazon’s market power are overblown, despite the company capturing 52.4 percent of all online spending in the U.S. this year, according to EMarketer Inc.
Amazon  retail  ecommerce  ownbrands  review  critique  Bloomberg  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Does Alexa Have Any Hit Apps? Most People Use the Echo for Music - Bloomberg
Echo-branded smart speakers have attracted millions of fans with their ability to play music and respond to queries spoken from across the room. But almost four years after inviting outside developers to write apps for Alexa, Amazon’s voice system has yet to offer a transformative new experience. Surveys show most people use their smart speakers to listen to tunes or make relatively simple requests—“Alexa, set a timer for 30 minutes”—while more complicated tasks prompt them to give up and reach for their smartphone.
Amazon  Alexa  virtualassistant  review  apps  critique  Bloomberg  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Death of the calorie | 1843
For more than a century we’ve counted on calories to tell us what will make us fat. Peter Wilson says it’s time to bury the world’s most misleading measure
calories  diet  food  health  review  critique  1843  Economist  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
The Chaotic Triumph of Arron Banks, the “Bad Boy of Brexit” | The New Yorker
The U.K. is in a panic over voters’ decision to withdraw from the E.U. But the pugnacious millionaire whose donations—and Trumpian scare tactics—helped sway Britons has no regrets.
ArronBanks  profile  Brexit  Leave.EU  review  critique  Russia  UK  NewYorker  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Inside Airbnb's 'Guerrilla War' Against Local Governments | WIRED
Airbnb maintains that, in most cases, it’s not responsible for collecting occupancy taxes required of hotels and other lodgings or for ensuring the rooms and homes listed on its sites comply with zoning or health regulations. The company says it follows local and state laws but considers itself a “platform,” serving merely to connect hosts and visitors, rather than a lodging provider—more akin to Facebook than Marriott.

The onus is on hosts, Airbnb argues, to collect and pay any relevant taxes and to comply with other regulations. In practice, though, few actually do—at least not without considerable effort by local authorities—according to interviews with more than a dozen local government officials and advisers.
Airbnb  sharingeconomy  housing  taxation  regulation  review  critique  USA  Wired  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
How America’s food giants swallowed the family farms | Environment | The Guardian
Across the midwest, the rise of factory farming is destroying rural communities. And the massive corporations behind this devastation are now eyeing a post-Brexit UK market
agriculture  industrialagriculture  food  monopoly  review  critique  USA  Guardian  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
The sins of Mario Cipollini | CyclingTips
The situation really boils down to this: one of cycling’s most successful and prominent public figures, who helms a prestigious bike brand, sponsors a women’s WorldTour team, and continues to be adored by a certain breed of cycling fans, has a long history of dubious behaviour and pending court cases in relation to serious allegations of violence against women.
MarioCipollini  cycling  profile  review  critique  sexism  doping  CyclingTips  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Lying with science: a guide to myth debunking | The Spectator
Some people are willing to forgive exaggeration and error if it is in a good cause, like increasing concern about plastics or climate change. This is a risky strategy because it encourages a Trump-like refusal to believe evidence even when that evidence is good. If we use up our energies panicking about phantom hobgoblins, we might have none left for the real scares: the over-fishing of the oceans, the effect of invasive alien species on island wildlife and the fact that polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), once used in the electrical industry but long since banned, still exist in high enough concentrations in British waters to prevent killer whales from breeding.
fakenews  journalism  review  critique  Spectator  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
The Problem With Nostalgia
Michael Musto argues that wearing rose-colored glasses always leads to an unfair distortion — looking back on the best of the past while comparing it to the worst of the present.
nostalgia  review  critique  author:MichaelMusto  Longreads  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Study Links Rise of SUVs to the Pedestrian Safety Crisis – Streetsblog USA
One of the key findings was that not only are crashes involving pedestrians increasing, they are becoming more deadly when they do occur. The share of pedestrian crashes that were fatal increased 29 percent during the study period. One culprit, according to the study, was SUV drivers.
pedestrians  safety  research  automotive  SUV  review  critique  Streetsblog  USA  2018 
march 2019 by inspiral
Debunking the myth that anti-Zionism is antisemitic | Peter Beinart | News | The Guardian
All over the world, it is an alarming time to be Jewish – but conflating anti-Zionism with Jew-hatred is a tragic mistake
antiSemitism  Jewish  discrimination  review  critique  Guardian  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Deepfake propaganda is not a real problem - The Verge
They may be right. A new wave of political deepfakes could pop up tomorrow to prove me wrong — but I’m skeptical. We’ve had the tools to fabricate videos and photos for a long time. It’s even been used in political campaigns before, most notably in a forged John Kerry photo circulated during the 2004 campaign. AI tools can make that process easier and more accessible, but it’s easy and accessible already. As the countless demos showed, deepfakes are already in reach for anyone who wants to cause trouble on the internet. It’s not that the tech isn’t ready yet. It just isn’t useful.
deepfake  fakenews  webjournalism  review  critique  onlinevideo  TheVerge  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
In Bad Taste | Topic
But who can say what’s “better”? Do crimes against food need to be policed? Who plays cop? And should anyone, even a professional restaurant critic, dictate the terms of another’s pleasure? Yelp and Instagram have remade food into a realm of boundless relativism, where extracting a thread of universal, objective truth about what’s delicious and what’s gross can be as hard as piercing an algorithm’s code—unless “universal” and “objective” are themselves the problem.
food  taste  review  restaurants  critique  Topic  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Theranos was Fraudulent, What About Its Patents? - Marginal REVOLUTION
Despite never having built a working product, Theranos accumulated hundreds of patents. These patents are now the only thing of value left but the patents aren’t valuable because of breakthrough science, the patents are valuable because they can be used to force people who do breakthrough science to cough up part of their return.
Theranos  patents  intellectualproperty  innovation  review  critique  MarginalRevolution  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
The secret lives of Facebook moderators in America - The Verge
And yet the more moderators I spoke with, the more I came to doubt the use of the call center model for content moderation. This model has long been standard across big tech companies — it’s also used by Twitter and Google, and therefore YouTube. Beyond cost savings, the benefit of outsourcing is that it allows tech companies to rapidly expand their services into new markets and languages. But it also entrusts essential questions of speech and safety to people who are paid as if they were handling customer service calls for Best Buy.

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Facebook  Cognizant  socialmedia  moderation  outsourcing  review  critique  TheVerge  2019§ 
march 2019 by inspiral
Will these be the worst new ‘rabbit hutch’ flats in Britain? | Money | The Guardian
A developer plans to squeeze 26 flats into this building, some smaller than a budget hotel room
housing  size  review  critique  London  Guardian  2019 
march 2019 by inspiral
Jair Bolsonaro's First 53 Days as President of Brazil Have Been a Resounding, Scandalous Failure
SOMETHING PECULIAR IS going on between Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his vice president, Gen. Hamilton Mourão.
JairBolsonaro  HamiltonMourao  politics  corruption  review  critique  Brazil  TheIntercept  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Bike theft affects the young and poor most – why is it not taken seriously? | Environment | The Guardian
National cycle crime strategy set to launch after survey finds 50% of victims feel police don’t take the offence seriously
cycling  theft  crime  review  police  critique  UK  Guardian  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Amazon Alexa and the Search for the One Perfect Answer | WIRED
The rest of us, meanwhile, may be losing the very skills that allow us to hold these gatekeepers to account. Once we become accustomed to placing our faith in the handy oracle on the kitchen counter, we may lose patience with the laborious—and curiosity-stoking, and thought-­provoking—hunt for facts, expecting them to come to us instead. Why pump water from a well if it pours effortlessly from your faucet?
virtualassistant  searchengine  evolution  oneshotanswer  innovation  informationliteracy  review  critique  forecast  Wired  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Are the algorithms that power dating apps racially biased? | WIRED UK
If the algorithms powering these match-making systems contain pre-existing biases, is the onus on dating apps to counteract them?
onlinedating  racism  bias  algorithms  review  critique  Wired  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Who Killed Tulum, Mexico?
Tulum had become a glamorous but unpretentious spot
Tulum  tourism  urbandevelopment  review  critique  overtourism  Mexico  TheCut  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
At arm’s length: are tattoos finally becoming uncool? | Fashion | The Guardian
From Adam Levine at the Super Bowl to Justin Bieber’s Vogue shoot, tattoos are having a fashion moment. But that may not make them more sought-after
tatoo  trends  fashion  review  critique  JustinBieber  AdamLevine  Guardian  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
The Great Music Meme Scam: How TikTok Gets Rich While Paying Artists Pennies | Pitchfork
The company behind lip-sync app TikTok is reportedly worth three times as much as Spotify, but the artists whose music powers the platform are seeing very little of that money.
TikTok  music  intellectualproperty  copyright  review  critique  Pitchfork  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Ex-Walmart exec says theft helped kill Walmart's cashierless tech - Business Insider
A former Walmart executive said shopper theft was a major reason why the company killed Scan & Go, a cashierless-checkout technology, several months after expanding it to more than 100 stores.
Walmart  retail  automation  review  critique  crime  theft  BusinessInsider  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Fyre Festival Was a Huge Scam. Is Netflix’s Fyre Documentary a Scam, Too? | The New Republic
The festival's marketing agency also co-produced the film, resulting in a misleading version of who bears responsibility for the fraud.
FyreFestival  Fyre  documentary  review  critique  film  movies  NewRepublic  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Sam Harris and the Myth of Perfectly Rational Thought | WIRED
What makes the psychology of tribalism so stubbornly powerful is that it consists mainly of cognitive biases that easily evade our awareness. Indeed, evading our awareness is something cognitive biases are precision-engineered by natural selection to do. They are designed to convince us that we’re seeing clearly, and thinking rationally, when we’re not. And Harris’s work features plenty of examples of his cognitive biases working as designed, warping his thought without his awareness. He is a case study in the difficulty of transcending tribal psychology, the importance of trying to, and the folly of ever feeling sure we’ve succeeded.
SamHarris  rationality  bias  review  critique  Wired  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
John Humphrys’s dismal legacy | Prospect Magazine
The Today presenter preferred to score political points rather than properly interrogate his interviewees
JohnHumphry  journalism  profile  critique  BBC  RadioFour  UK  Prospect  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
How I learnt to loathe England | Prospect Magazine
Ever since the referendum, friends from across the world have been enquiring whether it is true that the British have gone mad. Without those six years in London, I would have unhesitatingly said “yes.” “A temporary bout of insanity” still seems the preferred explanation in much of Europe and among many British Remainers. But years of immersion in English culture and society have convinced me that actually, the Brexit vote should instead be seen as the logical and overdue outcome of a set of English pathologies.
Brexit  socialclass  EuropeanUnion  UK  review  personalaccount  critique  Prospect  2017 
february 2019 by inspiral
Rebecca Solnit · Diary: Google Invades · LRB 7 February 2013
There are ways in which Silicon Valley is nothing like this: it’s clean, quiet work, and here to stay in one form or another. But there are ways in which technology is just another boom and the Bay Area is once again a boomtown, with transient populations, escalating housing costs, mass displacements and the casual erasure of what was here before. I think of it as frontierism, with all the frontier’s attitude and operational style, where people without a lot of attachments come and do things without a lot of concern for their impact, where money moves around pretty casually, and people are ground underfoot equally casually. Sometimes the Google Bus just seems like one face of Janus-headed capitalism; it contains the people too valuable even to use public transport or drive themselves. In the same spaces wander homeless people undeserving of private space, or the minimum comfort and security; right by the Google bus stop on Cesar Chavez Street immigrant men from Latin America stand waiting for employers in the building trade to scoop them up, or to be arrested and deported by the government. Both sides of the divide are bleak, and the middle way is hard to find.
Google  SanFrancisco  SiliconValley  gentrification  personalaccount  review  critique  LondonReviewofBooks  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
The next Homeland? The problems with Fauda, Israel's brutal TV hit | Television & radio | The Guardian
The Netflix smash – about a ruthless Israeli unit hunting down terrorists – has been praised for its evenhanded portrayal of the Palestinian conflict. But are there glaring omissions?
Fauda  television  review  critique  Netflix  Israel  Guardian  2018 
january 2019 by inspiral
A Tiny Screw Shows Why iPhones Won’t Be ‘Assembled in U.S.A.’ - The New York Times
The challenges in Texas illustrate problems that Apple would face if it tried to move a significant amount of manufacturing out of China. Apple has found that no country — and certainly not the United States — can match China’s combination of scale, skills, infrastructure and cost.

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, helped lead the company’s shift to foreign manufacturing in 2004.
Erica Yoon for The New York Times

Apple  manufacturing  supplychain  onshoring  review  critique  USA  China  NYTimes  2019 
january 2019 by inspiral
Amazon Ruined Online Shopping - The Atlantic
But there’s a reason that we used to have shoe stores, hardware stores, grocery stores, bookstores, and all the rest: Those specialized retail spaces allow products, and the people with knowledge about them, to engage in specialized ways of finding, choosing, and purchasing them. On Amazon, everything gets treated the same. The problem with an Everything Store is that there’s no way to organize everything effectively. The result is basically a giant digital flea market. Amazon is so big, and so heterogenous, that the whole shopping experience is saturated with caprice and uncertainty. It’s not that Dash purchases alone might produce a result different from the one the buyer intended, but that every purchase might do so.
Amazon  ecommerce  review  critique  TheAtlantic  2019 
january 2019 by inspiral
Apple and Samsung feel the sting of plateauing smartphones - The Verge
Smartphone markets are slowing down in large part because they’ve served their purpose. We wanted phones with great displays, fast connectivity, all-day battery life, and a few extra luxuries thrown in, and now we’ve got them in abundance. The system works. When the next truly compelling upgrade shows up on the horizon, consumers will once again throw money at the latest and greatest products. But until then, all this competition makes for a bumpy ride for any company venturous enough to be in the phone-selling business, including those at the very top.
smartphones  sales  decline  innovation  review  critique  China  Apple  Samsung  TheVerge  2019 
january 2019 by inspiral
The Supply Chain Africa Needs — The Prepared
Supply chain problems in Africa are quite complex, with most of them stemming from the sheer size of the continent. Africa’s land mass is greater than the USA, Europe, and China combined. Within this huge space there are 54 unique markets, few of which provide scale or adequate distribution infrastructure. Further complicating matters, there are over 2,000 languages spoken and very diverse cultural dynamics from one market to the next.
supplychain  trade  review  critique  Africa  Nigeria  SouthAfrica  Egypt  Kenya  ThePrepared  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
The Cost of Living in Mark Zuckerberg’s Internet Empire - The Ringer
A year of staggering revelations is a reminder of how much Facebook has corrupted life online, with the effect of making the internet seem a little less bearable and a little less human
Facebook  MarkZuckerberg  socialmedia  privacy  review  critique  TheRinger  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
Brexit: A Test for Humanity - Bloomberg
The scary thing is this: So many of humanity’s core problems — addressing climate change, improving education, boosting innovation — ultimately have the same structure as “fixing Brexit.” It’s just that these other problems come in less transparent form and without such a firm deadline. We face tournament-like choices and perhaps we will not end up doing the right thing.
Brexit  politics  democracy  review  critique  UK  EuropeanUnion  author:TylerCowen  Bloomberg  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
“Everyone’s for Sale”: A Generation of Digital-Media Darlings Prepares for a Frigid Winter | Vanity Fair
Vice, Vox, and BuzzFeed, among other companies that once heralded the dawn of a new media age, are now grappling with decidedly old-media problems.
Vox  Buzzfeed  Vice  media  review  critique  results  VanityFair  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
Will Uber Survive the Next Decade?
Uber has succeeded in getting the business press to treat its popularity as the same as commercial success. A few tech reporters, like Eric Newcomer of Bloomberg, have politely pointed out that Uber’s results fall well short of other tech illuminati prior to going public. The pitch that dominance would produce profits is demonstrably false and Uber seems unable to come up with a new story. There’s every reason to think that investors, not local cab companies, will wind up being Uber’s biggest roadkill.
Uber  ridesharing  valuation  results  review  critique  NYMag  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
The Amazon Warehouse Comes to SoHo - The New York Times
Our shopper visits the new Amazon 4 Star store, which stocks items with customer review ratings of four stars or better. Brick and mortar never had it so rough.
Amazon  Amazon4Star  retail  bricksandmortarretail  review  critique  NewYork  USA  NYTimes  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
'I’m exhausted': life in England's homelessness hotspot | Society | The Guardian
Newham in London has topped homelessness table but problem doesn’t stop at rough sleeping
housing  homelessness  review  critique  Newham  London  UK  Guardian  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
How Restaurants Got So Loud - The Atlantic
This trend is not limited to New York. According to Architectural Digest, mid-century modern and minimalism are both here to stay. That means sparse, modern decor; high, exposed ceilings; and almost no soft goods, such as curtains, upholstery, or carpets. These design features are a feast for the eyes, but a nightmare for the ears. No soft goods and tall ceilings mean nothing is absorbing sound energy, and a room full of hard surfaces serves as a big sonic mirror, reflecting sound around the room.
restaurants  architecture  acoustics  review  critique  TheAtlantic  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
Is philanthropy, by its very nature, a threat to today’s democracy?
Though we may laud wealthy individuals who give away their money for society’s benefit, Robert Reich shows how such generosity not only isn’t the unassailable good we think it to be but might also undermine democratic values and set back aspirations of justice. Big philanthropy is often an exercise of power, the conversion of private assets into public influence. And it is a form of power that is largely unaccountable, often perpetual, and lavishly tax-advantaged. The affluent—and their foundations—reap vast benefits even as they influence policy without accountability. And small philanthropy, or ordinary charitable giving, can be problematic as well. Charity, it turns out, does surprisingly little to provide for those in need and sometimes worsens inequality.
RobertReich  philanthropy  charity  review  critique  podcast  LSE  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
Who is the real Nigel Farage... and why won't he answer my questions? | Politics | The Guardian
Trump... Russian TV... key witnesses in Robert Mueller’s investigation. The jokey ‘bloke with a pint’ now has a network that spreads well beyond the UK. Our reporter has spent months on the trail of Mr Brexit...
NigelFarage  Brexit  politics  antisemitism  review  critique  Guardian  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
Amazon's Website Has Tons Of Errors. Somehow It Doesn't Matter.
How does a powerful, innovative behemoth megacorporation repeatedly fail at its most basic task: running a website?
Amazon  websitedesign  userexperience  review  critique  Buzzfeed  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
US Has Some Of The Most Expensive Mobile Data Prices In The Developed World | Techdirt
While the U.S. wireless industry likes to talk a lot about how ultra-competitive it is, that's generally not the case. While there's more competition in wireless than in the fixed-line broadband sector (where there's virtually no competition at faster speeds due to upgrade-phobic telcos and cable's growing broadband monopoly), much of the competition in wireless tends to be theatrical in nature. Most of the major four carriers still usually outright refuse to compete on price, something you don't get to have a choice about in a truly competitive market.
telecoms  mobile  prices  pricing  monopoly  review  critique  comparison  USA  Europe  TechDirt  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis - The New York Times
When Facebook users learned last spring that the company had compromised their privacy in its rush to expand, allowing access to the personal information of tens of millions of people to a political data firm linked to President Trump, Facebook sought to deflect blame and mask the extent of the problem.

And when that failed — as the company’s stock price plummeted and it faced a consumer backlash — Facebook went on the attack.

While Mr. Zuckerberg has conducted a public apology tour in the last year, Ms. Sandberg has overseen an aggressive lobbying campaign to combat Facebook’s critics, shift public anger toward rival companies and ward off damaging regulation. Facebook employed a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal financier George Soros. It also tapped its business relationships, lobbying a Jewish civil rights group to cast some criticism of the company as anti-Semitic.
Facebook  fakenews  socialmedia  critique  lobbying  MarkZuckerberg  SherylSandberg  NYTimes  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
U.S. Law Enforcement Failed to See the Threat of White Nationalism. Now They Don’t Know How to Stop It. - The New York Times
For two decades, domestic counterterrorism strategy has ignored
the rising danger of far-right extremism. In the atmosphere of willful
indifference, a virulent movement has grown and metastasized.
AltRight  terrorism  racism  extremism  politics  justice  review  critique  USA  NYTimes  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
My Father Says He’s a ‘Targeted Individual.’ Maybe We All Are | WIRED
Sound familiar? Many who hear the TI stories of surveillance and manipulation dismiss them as mere delusion. But we have created machines that track our every move, that beam thoughts into our heads. Were the targeted individuals America's prophets all along?
surveillance  paranoia  schizophrenia  comparison  analogy  Facebook  data  review  critique  personalaccount  Wired  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
How Ukraine’s Never Ending Transition Makes the Rich Richer and Everyone Else Poorer
Hellman argued that countries may get stuck in transition exactly because reforms create a powerful constituency that benefits from being stuck. This constituency resists fully transitioning to the market economy, supports inconclusive “cautious and slow” reforms, and is supportive of new reforms.
economy  corruption  oligarchs  transition  review  critique  Ukraine  AtlanticCouncil  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
Instagram Has a Massive Harassment Problem - The Atlantic
The platform has cast itself as the internet’s kindest place. But users argue harassment is rampant, and employees say efforts to stem it aren’t funded well or prioritized.
Instagram  socialmedia  harassment  abuse  review  critique  TheAtlantic  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
Inside the Black Mirror World of Polygraph Job Screenings | WIRED
Want to become a police officer, firefighter, or paramedic? A WIRED investigation finds government jobs are one of the last holdouts in using—and misusing—otherwise debunked polygraph technology.

truth  polygraph  liedetector  review  critique  Wired  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
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