Peter Thiel is far from the only mega-rich enemy that Gawker has made over the years.
The most important thing I learned in 2015? That depression and social media do not go well together at all.
It wasn’t Professor Plum in the Library with the Candlestick. So what killed Twitter?
But the design of the TIE fighters, as we’ve known them for almost 40 years, makes no sense at all, even within the rules set by the technology and physics of the movies.
Craig Hockenberry on Yosemite’s still ongoing WiFi and network issues:
So, Mom, it’s time to stop reading. I’m pissed off and you know how I get when that happens.
The business advantage of limiting what users can do is that user behavior can be better channeled and predicted. We the users become lab rats forced to eyeball whatever is placed in front of us. Many people won’t even realize exactly how staged and contrived their digital social services have become, as they are encouraged to keep scrolling mindlessly through all the tasty looking, populist clickbait fired at their eyeballs.
Great writeup of the current state of social media by TechCrunch: http://on.tcrn.ch/l/aJvc