Reading: ★ Facebook: Free as in Bullshit

From ★ Facebook: Free as in Bullshit Yay to John for unpacking fb’s arguments against privacy and for data collecion. Facebook’s argument is along the lines of arguing that the police shouldn’t crack down on burglaries because doing so might hurt pawn shops that have been thriving during a years-long crime spree. The information used… Continue reading Reading: ★ Facebook: Free as in Bullshit

What I’m reading 26 Sep 2015 through 17 Oct 2015

[toread] The Rise of Antisocial Deconstructivism – – (none) elearnspace › learning, networks, knowledge, technology, community – Commercial interests are turning the human into the technology. Is it time to abandon ship and let's the fools sail themselves into the maelstrom? Maybe. But it's a more appealing option then it was. – (globalcapitalism dehumanization Higher… Continue reading What I’m reading 26 Sep 2015 through 17 Oct 2015

bookmarks for April 28th, 2010 through May 1st, 2010

Magazine Preview – The Data-Driven Life – NYTimes.com – Looks at lifelogging. Takes on some pocketbook psychology, but discusses the trend and some practice well. – (lifelogging tracking socialpractices ) How Social Media is Affecting the Way We Speak and Write – Light weight observations on social media, ending with the inevitable "it all depends"… Continue reading bookmarks for April 28th, 2010 through May 1st, 2010