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"On Saturday, the Guardian published an article on creepshots - photographing women without their knowledge (often 'upskirt' photos) - and revenge porn. [...] A day later, MailOnline's Michael Zennie wrote an article about Reddit and creepshots [...] Someone at MailOnline then decided to illustrate the article with FOUR of the creepshot photos the article is complaining about."
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"There is an app, currently on the Apple app store as a free download, called Girls Around Me. A couple of days ago, computer journalist John Brownlee wrote an essay about it explaining why he found it disturbing. I'd like to propose that it is symptomatic of a really major side-effect of our forced acculturation into Facebook's broken model of human social interaction"
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"For which "that" is Path the app? Is it the app for being all of those apps at once, but prettier? Is that a problem we have? Do we need an app to solve it? When Path pivoted into version 2.0, it called itself a "smart journal." That sounds like a nice thing. But after a good run, it doesn't seem so smart anymore."
This link recently saved by nik.silver on February 15, 2012
Real Dan Lyons is unimpressed with Mike Arrington being unimpressed with Nick Bilton being unimpressed about Path's apology for their privacy violation... "So: Path comes under fire, and straight away, the paid hit men – Arrington and his sidekick, Matty the Angry Chihuahua — spring into action to smear Bilton and try to discredit him. I’ll give them this much. They’re good at what they do."
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"Public Parts—the second book by Jeff Jarvis, the Internet’s loudest guru—reads like a glib, half-baked sequel to The Defeat of Privacy, produced by an older and more conservative Howard Kirk, who has swapped his tweed jacket for a tuxedo and his smoking pipe for an iPhone. [...] This is a book that should have stayed a tweet."
This link recently saved by nik.silver on September 30, 2011