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Links 1 through 10 of 150 by Ade Oshineye tagged provocations

"OK, so Wired had an important insight, but missed the real story, and misquoted me. At the time I was willing to shrug off the misquote. But the New Yorker article inspired me to aspire higher. Publications can and should have a higher standard for accuracy, and we readers should call them on it when they miss." aka Reasons why you should add Chris Anderson (and Wired) to the list of people who can't be trusted to report the facts

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"Why is it, then, that application platforms so strongly divorce their product from the marketplaces that service them?"

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"once you have users, the tamagotchi effect kicks in" It's good to have the insightful Paul Graham back as opposed to the somewhat self-serving and complacent version we've had for a while now

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"The middle ages, as we all know, were a post-apocalyptic era" - An interesting fact I've always known but never become consciously aware of

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So the author doesn't understand why Orkut is popular in Brazil but that magical ingredient should be transplanted to the US. I must learn to stop reading daft articles

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