I came across this article about how impossible it is to understand just what you are agreeing to when you sign up for Instagram (the fact that this came over in my Facebook feed is slightly ironic – hat tip, Ash). 741 more words
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Putting your photos and writing on Facebook, Twitter or any other social network site means giving up control of the contents that you produce. When a social network is no longer relevant, your contents are locked in, and difficult to get out and moved to the next, new, cool social network. 173 more words
Hoje, à entrada do Centro de Congressos de Lisboa entre as 18h e as 21h30, onde a W3C vai estar reunida, vai haver um protesto contra a introdução de DRM na Web, que fará com que o HTML deixe de ser uma norma aberta. 299 more words
From Fast Company: How To Break Open The Web. “… we spent three days earlier this month in San Francisco with technologists and activists who are determined to re-decentralize or redistribute the web (and by extension, the broader Internet), by returning control and permission to the edges. 42 more words
Some douchebag wrote a thought-leadering rant about the pain of using the open web vs native apps – this is my rebuttal.
The problem with that rant isn’t that it’s false. 1,077 more words