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The Interface | Revue
Excellent daily newsletter about social media.
facebook  twitter  newsletter  social  media 
11 weeks ago by pb
The Internet of Garbage by Sarah Jeong
The Verge is distributing Sarah Jeong's 2015 book about online harassment.
internet  books  google  twitter  facebook 
11 weeks ago by pb
Is Facebook evil? Everything bad about Facebook is bad for the same reason — Quartz
"There are certain things you do not in good conscience do to humans. To data, you can do whatever you like."
ethics  facebook 
july 2018 by pb
I tried leaving Facebook. I couldn’t - The Verge
Facebook is your emotional labor assistant.
facebook 
april 2018 by pb
Dylan Curran on Twitter: "Want to freak yourself out?"
"I'm gonna show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it"
facebook  google  privacy  security 
march 2018 by pb
[Tutorial] How to Disconnect Spotify from Facebook - The Spotify Community
argh, I'm all-in on Facebook here and now mad at Spotify that getting untangled is this difficult.
facebook  fail 
march 2018 by pb
Social media is giving us trypophobia | TechCrunch
"Social media is not connective tissue but engineered segmentation that treats each pair of human eyeballs as a discrete unit to be plucked out and separated off from its fellows."
social  media  facebook  twitter 
january 2018 by pb
Washington Monthly | How to Fix Facebook—Before It Fixes Us
Social media companies should be regulated and an early Facebook investor and adviser has some ideas about how.
facebook  twitter  politics 
january 2018 by pb
Lost Context: How Did We End Up Here? – NewCo Shift
The state of modern targeting advertising and how we got here.
facebook  google  history  marketing 
january 2018 by pb
Facebook Can’t Be Fixed. – NewCo Shift
John Battelle lays out two paths that Facebook can take.
facebook 
january 2018 by pb
André Staltz - The Web began dying in 2014, here's how
"In the Trinet, we will have even more vivid exchange of information between people, but we will sacrifice freedom."
facebook  google  amazon 
november 2017 by pb
The Atlantic: What Facebook Did to American Democracy
Alexis Madrigal: "The information systems that people use to process news have been rerouted through Facebook, and in the process, mostly broken and hidden from view."
facebook  ethics  government  media 
october 2017 by pb
Notes From An Emergency
"The tech industry enjoys tearing down flawed institutions, but refuses to put work into mending them."
google  facebook  apple  microsoft  amazon  future 
may 2017 by pb
The end of ThinkUp
Anil talks about the tightening APIs that are forcing ThinkUp to shut down. I've been a ThinkUp user since the days you installed it on your own server. ThinkUp tried to help you understand how you use services like Twitter and Facebook. Big thanks to Anil and Gina for helping us do that for so long.
facebook  twitter  instagram  api  metrics 
june 2016 by pb
Hossein Derakhshan: The Web We Have to Save
(MeFi's own) hoder became a human time capsule spending six years in an Iranian prison for blogging. He's shocked by the state of the Web: "The web was not envisioned as a form of television when it was invented. But, like it or not, it is rapidly resembling TV: linear, passive, programmed and inward-looking."
web  facebook  twitter  tv  future 
july 2015 by pb
The Awl: Notes on the Surrender at Menlo Park
Some concerns about The Media embracing Facebook Instant. With the kicker, "So what happens when Facebook goes away?"
facebook  media  internet 
may 2015 by pb
The Future of the Web Is 100 Years Old
Dang, we ended up with a top-down Internet anyway. "Today, Google and a handful of other major Internet corporations like Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon fulfill much the same role that Otlet envisioned for the Mundaneum—channeling the world’s intellectual output." [via RF]
internet  history  infrastructure  google  facebook  twitter 
february 2015 by pb
Eric Meyer: Inadvertent Algorithmic Cruelty
Social media services need to think harder about how they resurface and present our memories.
design  facebook  social  media 
december 2014 by pb
NYT: Instagram Video and the Death of Fantasy
How video is at odds with Instagram's mission. (My takeaway: not every application needs to have every feature--even if that feature is popular in other applications.)
facebook  photography  development 
june 2013 by pb
NYT: What Instagram's New Terms of Service Mean for You
Social media monetization pains. I figured the Instagram acquisition was about driving traffic and content to Facebook, not serving ads. Seems short-sighted.
facebook  privacy  marketing 
december 2012 by pb
Facebook Pages: Why I don’t like Nest thermostat or anything else anymore.
A rant about the problems with using social connections in advertising.
facebook  marketing  social 
november 2012 by pb
The Atlantic: How Google Can Beat Facebook Without Google Plus
Reading this article just reminds me that I'm still upset Google killed its Google Reader sharing features. The Reader bridge has been burned for me, but I agree they could do more inside existing services to improve Plus.
facebook  google  social 
may 2012 by pb
rc3.org - Managing my mistrust of Facebook
"From now on, when I want to visit Facebook, I’ll be using the private browser setting in whatever browser I’m using." This is my new strategy too. What a hassle.
facebook  privacy  security 
september 2011 by pb
The Atlantic: Why Facebook and Google's Concept of 'Real Names' Is Revolutionary
"The kind of naming policy that Facebook and Google Plus have is actually a radical departure from the way identity and speech interact in the real world."
facebook  google  identity  privacy 
august 2011 by pb
danah boyd: "Real Names" Policies Are an Abuse of Power
"The people who most heavily rely on pseudonyms in online spaces are those who are most marginalized by systems of power. 'Real names' policies aren't empowering; they’re an authoritarian assertion of power over vulnerable people."
facebook  google  privacy  identity 
august 2011 by pb
Marco.org: Own your identity
"...there will always be the open web for the geeks, the misfits, the eccentrics, the control freaks, and any other term we can think of to proudly express our healthy skepticism of giving up too much control over what really should be ours."
privacy  internet  identity  facebook  google 
july 2011 by pb
Jason Scott: FaceFacts
"...Facebook now stands as taking over a decade and a half of the dream of the World Wide Web and turning it into a miserable IT cube farm of pseudo human interaction, a bastardized form of e-mail, of mailing lists, of photo albums, of friendship." Excellent rant about the ephemeral nature of Facebook (among other things).
facebook  history  internet 
june 2011 by pb
this isn't happiness: Social Media is
And apparently the Web is for complaining. [via seanyboy]
google  joke  social  twitter  facebook 
january 2011 by pb
John Battelle: Identity and The Independent Web
"Are we are evolving our contract with society through our increasing interactions with digital platforms, and in particular, through what we've come to call the web?"
facebook  google  identity 
january 2011 by pb
Release Candidate One: Crotchety Old Power Users
"...the Pro users of yesteryear’s products, the people with the biggest investment in old technologies, are not the people who should be calling the shots in the design of their successors." Let Beginner's Mind have a shot! [via torrez]
design  email  facebook 
december 2010 by pb
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