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Going public

We need to remind ourselves from time to time that privacy and secrecy are not the normal human condition. In fact, privacy is an invention of the 18th and 19th centuries. 686 more words


Web 3.0: The Future Of The Internet

Oh yes, Web 3.0 is almost on our doorstep.


It’s pretty scary for such a relatively small word, but with the speed of technology evolution throughout the years, is it any wonder that the internet would also follow this progress? 748 more words

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Web 3.0 doc by Kate Ray

This doc was made 2 years ago. Kate Ray directed this series of interviews with Tim Berners-Lee, Clay Shirky, Chris Dixon, David Weinberger, and Nova Spivack. 22 more words

Menjejaki Konsepsi Web 3.0

Jakarta – Seringkali kita mendengar jargon Web 2.0 didengungkan, namun tidaklah banyak yang menelisik dan memahami seluk beluk dan ciri terminologi tersebut. Apalagi versi sebelumnya, yaitu 1.0. 862 more words


Do Reddit, 4Chan, and Digg Need Their Own Hometown Newspaper? The Daily Dot Hopes So.

The idea behind The Daily Dot, a new website that just emerged from invite-only private beta today, sounds like a great premise for an infographic. “Day-to-day coverage will focus on ‘neighborhoods.’ Sites like Reddit, like Digg and like Etsy are really like cities. 250 more words


How Twitter Can Save $50 Million: Forget TweetDeck, And Go Freemium On Its API

Editor’s note: In this guest post, serial entrepreneur Nova Spivack gives Twitter some suggestions for how to make money. Spivack’s latest startup, Bottlenose, is looking at new ways to… 1,738 more words