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Jeremy Cherfas

Whistling to myself

1 min read

If you don’t take care of yourself online, someone else will. That someone is likely not a peer but a megacorporation that is tracking and selling your preferences in a silent auction, a government surveilling your movements and religious affiliations, or a hacker collective that feels entitled to publish your sexual indelicacies. That someone probably already is.

Read a nice thing from Paul Ford, who is always so good to read, and found myself almost nodding my head off. And feeling futile at the same time.

Also, this:

“Submit” (perhaps the most well-chosen interface word of all time)