The pros and cons of taxing foods based on their #sugar content summarised by @MarionNestle http:/
(Saving...) (Saving...) (Saving...) All my dumb questions, December 2016 – Medium https:/
So sad that Medium has become such a silo.
After the High Court’s Brexit decision, forget about activating Article 50 in March | FT Alphaville
"It’s hard to put into words how good this feels. There’s a psychological comfort blanket that comes with owning your own data. I see my friends getting frustrated and angry as they put up with an increasingly alienating experience on Twitter, and I wish I could explain how much better it feels to treat Twitter as nothing more than a syndication service."
Adactio: Journal—A decade on Twitter https:/
Jeremy Keith's reflections on 10 years of Twitter make for interesting reading. And as he says, it isn't worse, it is just different. Different enough to abandon? Maybe.
Trying to go a little further into Indieweb using my @withknown site.
Pseudoscience at Gate B6 | mathbabe https:/
Great read on airport security in the USA - not that it will change anything.
Spotify in advanced talks to buy SoundCloud - FT.com
I say they can have it.
A propos talk at 10C and elsewhere about IndieWeb: How To Break Open The Web
"Australia is the home of the fuckwit."
The first fuckwit – Strong Language https:/
> It’s time to put Spielberg’s call for a new paradigm back on the table. Have we learned anything in the interim? I don’t mean to be mean, but with the benefit of three years hindsight, we might say that Elberse’s book actually looks like a block buster in its own right: a large, relatively unthinking gamble on an idea that was already dead. We may not know that the new paradigm is going to be. But it’s pretty clear we can’t go with “same old, same old.”
Spielberg: 1, Harvard: 0 | CultureBy – Grant McCracken http:/