Tabs by the dozens, part 1

After accumulating more than a thousand tabs (in OneTab) over the last few months, I whittled the collection down to a couple hundred, which I’ll post at a rate of a couple dozen or so at a time.

I’ll start by highlighting two new posts in Stephen Lewis’ excellent Bubkes.Org:

And then leave the rest un-sorted, since I need to sleep and get on a plane early tomorrow. If I get a chance, I’ll sort them later. If not, enjoy anyway:

Why Espressos in America are not Good? — Medium

Re NPR and podcasting

Entefy | Redefining Digital Interaction

Love your response Doc! — Medium

Something I said


How to block the companies tracking you on Facebook – Tech Insider

It’s a battle for internet freedom – TOI Blogs

Free Basics protects net neutrality – TOI Blogs

Scientists have uncovered exactly what makes a photo memorable – The Washington Post

Deep-learning algorithm predicts photos’ memorability at “near-human” levels | MIT News

We’re in a brave, new post open source world — Medium

What if data was established as a legal asset for everyone? * Why Hernando De Soto Is Relevant to the Biggest Issue Facing Us Today

What America’s top technologist has to say about online harassment – The Washington Post

P.R. Wild Pitches: Spring Edition 03/21/2016

What we’re doing to the Earth has no parallel in 66 million years, scientists say – The Washington Post

The powerful woman behind a news site about refugees

The information age traffics in speed. To adapt to it wisely, we must slow down | Aeon Videos

Personal APIs Are Not Just A Local Destination, They Are A Journey

Why pushing will get you slaughtered in advertising; and pull is the future. — Medium

Carbon Emissions Haven’t Been This High Since Dinosaurs Went Extinct

Girl Teaches Herself Dubstep From YouTube Videos | POPSUGAR Moms

What if we don’ need advertising at all? |

Startup uses ultrasound chirps to covertly link and track all your devices / Boing Boing

digitando – simplify your online shopping

What if data was established as a legal asset for everyone? * Why Hernando De Soto Is Relevant to the Biggest Issue Facing Us Today

Share of Ear: 18-24s Cross the Threshold — The Infinite Dial

Julie Meyer: What If Data Was Established As A Legal Asset For Everyone? | Influencers Insights

New Online Tool Shows You What The Heck Privacy Policies Actually Say – Consumerist

Nielsen Finds Little Demand For Ads In Video-On-Demand, Apathy Growing 03/17/2016

Now Advertisers Can Watch You Watch TV – Fortune

How Marketers Use Big Data To Prey On The Poor – Business Insider

Continuing the Conversation About Encryption and Apple: A New Video From Mozilla — Encryption Matters — Medium

Enders Analysis ad blocker study finds ads take up 79% of mobile data transfer – Business Insider

Privacy and the New Math — Medium

Apple Opens Mobile News App to Publishers in Bid for Readers | Media – AdAge

Databite No. 46: Malavika Jayaram || Data & Society

Going Beyond Data-Driven Marketing To True Intent-Driven Campaigns 03/15/2016

You can now Google your home to see if you should go solar

Conversational commerce — Chris Messina — Medium

iRespond | No matter where, iRespond

The Long March to Fiber Will Take Many Roads…. — Medium

Rebooting Work: Redefining the digital economy | Douglas Rushkoff | LinkedIn

About This Book — Leadership in the Age of Rage — Medium

You Didn’ Notice It, But Google Fiber Just Began the Golden Age of High Speed Internet Access — Backchannel — Medium

The Internet of Things is going to need an Internet of Me — The Internet of Me — Medium

68% of U.S. smartphone owners listen to streaming music daily

Mobile App Security and Encryption Forum

Epic Country-Level A/B Test Proves Open Is Better Than Closed — Backchannel — Medium

The One-Two-Three Sucker Punch That Is Killing Digital Media 03/07/2016

Marketing to Humans In the Digital Age – Brand Marketers Wake Up! | Gary Milner | LinkedIn