March 06, 2017
Interesting Things on the Internet: March 6th 2017
- Tech and the Fake Market tactic. Anil Dash doing a good job of laying out how the big, fawned-over tech companies tend towards monopolistic behaviour. Obviously we'll break them up, as we have with all the monopolies in the past, the question is how long do we wait before doing so?
- Lovren: My Life as a Refugee. Although as a Red I might be a bit biased, I think it's good to see a football club putting out a video like this which gives a good perspective on the life and background of a refugee (who then went on to be a top footballer...)
- Exponential growth devours and corrupts. Compound expectations are as corrosive as compound interest is beneficial.
- Failing to See, Fueling Hatred. A sensible call to empathy from Danah Boyd. We need more making common cause and less division and infighting, the latter only benefits those already in charge (who are making no progress on making the world better).
And an excellent video from Danish TV...
Posted by Adrian at March 6, 2017 12:43 PM
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