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Sometimes I think we only have one problem in web design:
“You assume everyone else is just like you. They’re not. Let’s remember that.”
This is what post-9/11 America has come to: begging RUSSIA to believe we won't commit human rights abuses—*this time* http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/world/europe/edward-snowden.html …
New rule: if I click a link & land on a website that covers everything up w/ a notice in an overlay, I'm leaving. I'm not clicking through.
Man, this new Apple Camera they just announced for ~$600 is AMAZING.
Wait, it makes phone calls too?
Edward Snowden isn't a spy or hacker. He was an employee. He turned into a whistleblower. It's the NSA who's doing the spying and hacking.
The climate at TechCrunch Disrupt shows once again that to many in the industry, women are not welcome. "It's a joke" doubles down on that.
Twenty years ago you could count the number of new websites each day on one hand. Or list them: http://home.mcom.com/home/whatsnew/whats_new_1193.html … #wow #webbehind
To me, the most surprising part of the Yahoo-buys-Tumblr story is that Yahoo has $1.1 billion in cash on hand to spend.
Wondering how long until we *truly* realize Google is an advertising company that sells our eyeballs & data. It's not our cool tech friend.
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