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Joi Ito / Wired:
A look at Sci-Hub, a website providing free access to millions of otherwise inaccessible academic papers, and other efforts to topple academic paywalls   —  SCIENCE IS BUILT, enhanced, and developed through the open and structured sharing of knowledge.  Yet some publishers charge …
Jan 10, 2019, 12:00 AM - In context

Peter Rubin / Wired:
Netflix debuts its first choose-your-own-storyline movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, developed over 18 months using Twine, a game writing tool   —  BY NEARLY ANY measure, Netflix has had a ridiculous year.  When all is said and done, the company will have spent upwards of $10 billion …
Dec 28, 2018, 3:45 PM - In context

Craig Mod / Wired:
Although the functionality of digital books has largely remained the same for 10 years, technology has improved everything that goes into publishing a book   —  THE FUTURE BOOK was meant to be interactive, moving, alive.  Its pages were supposed to be lush with whirling doodads, responsive, hands-on.
Dec 26, 2018, 1:10 AM - In context

Emily Dreyfuss / Wired:
Amnesty International calls Twitter a “toxic place for women” in a study of 288,000 tweets aimed at 778 female journalists and politicians from the US and UK   —  FOR MANY WOMEN, especially journalists, politicians, and other public figures, Twitter is something to endure.
Dec 18, 2018, 7:15 PM - In context

Jesse Jarnow / Wired:
The ecosystem of “tapers”, enthusiasts who record live music, is thriving due to advancements in recording technology and the ease of sharing over the internet   —  MOST TIMES, ERIC Pier-Hocking will get to the venue before you do.  It's not because he wants to be in the front row …
Nov 24, 2018, 3:00 AM - In context

Emma Grey Ellis / Wired:
Changing viewing habits and a desire for more ad revenue are prompting YouTube creators to post ever longer videos   —  ONE MONTH AGO, a dog I have never met died.  His owners are YouTubers Simon and Martina, a Canadian couple who make videos about the delicious food they eat in Tokyo, where they live.
Nov 11, 2018, 2:00 AM - In context

Rita Katz / Wired:
Research shows ISIS and al-Qaeda have shifted away from YouTube for disseminating propaganda following the platform's 2017 crackdown against extremist content   —  BEFORE MOST PEOPLE even knew that terrorist outreach was happening online, YouTube was a top recruitment venue for jihadi terrorist groups.
Oct 22, 2018, 2:35 AM - In context

Nicholas Thompson / Wired:
Interview with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on free speech, filter bubbles, the chronological feed, and more   —  ON MONDAY, AT WIRED's 25th anniversary summit, I spoke with Jack Dorsey about some of the biggest questions he confronts running Twitter and Square.  How has his position on free speech evolved?
Oct 20, 2018, 5:30 AM - In context

Angela Watercutter / Wired:
Climate scientists are using a Fortnite channel on Twitch to discuss and disseminate information about climate change to a young audience   —  I KNOW VERY little about climate change.  I know even less about Fortnite.  And Twitch.  (Yes, I know; I should be fired.)
Oct 12, 2018, 9:45 AM - In context

Molly McKew / Wired:
Tracing the “information terrorists” who fuel conspiracy theories and battles from Gamergate and QAnon to attacks on Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford   —  The network architecture built in Gamergate helped propel Trump to the presidency and fuel conspiracies like Pizzagate and QAnon.
Oct 7, 2018, 1:55 AM - In context




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