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Hello world!

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Google vs. Anonymous

Within search results, information tied to verified online profiles will be ranked higher than content without such verification, which will result in most users naturally clicking on the top (verified) results. The true cost of remaining anonymous, then, might be … Continue reading
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Cringely argues that maybe Americans don’t deserve privacy

I agree: People do not deserve to be isolated. Instead, I believe people deserve to be cared for. I can find where convicted sex offenders live in my neighborhood, but I can’t find my local Adam Lanza. And maybe that’s … Continue reading
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Pollution wants to be free

You know that free stuff? Yea? Right: It’s garbage. Data don’t want to be free — they are freely available. When the sun first shone on the Earth, nobody had to pay for that. Data streams exist (whether you like … Continue reading
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Why do most people want to be unknown?

This is something I find puzzling: I would think that only very few people need to hide their identity or prefer to remain anonymous — but I find that in fact the vast majority of people do not want to … Continue reading
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The World-Wide Web = Classified Classifieds

The world-wide web is a hierarchical classification scheme — and that is indeed a good thing: When I want to find a Certified Public Accountant, then that is a different “use case” for the web than if I want to … Continue reading
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Fair Use, Plagiarism, Patchwriting and Content Marketing covered in “This Week in Tech” (TWiT) and “For Immediate Release” (FIR) Podcasts

On this week’s episodes of “This Week in Tech” and “For Immediate Release” the topics fair use, plagiarism, patchwriting and content marketing were discussed, raising some interesting issues. Molly Wood asked Google (2:05:30 – 2:09:30): Could we actually codify “fair … Continue reading
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Do Anonymous Profiles on Social Websites Lead to or at Least Foster Anti-Social Behavior?

I view this as a rhetorical question. For me, the answer is — beyond the shadow of a doubt: yes. I wonder why I seem to be alone in this estimation. The vast majority of users of social websites seem … Continue reading
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