Norway’s best architecture firm designs the world’s best money.
Why I know Google+ isn’t doing well: It’s not part of Google for Work http://t.co/yDotAETmzL Besbris interview just raises more questions— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) October 8, 2014
@chris23 the future is your money being consumed by someone else forever.— Scott Smith (@changeist) October 3, 2014
Golden State’s governor vetoes privacy law already adopted in 10 other states.
Tibco taken private by Vista Equity Partners for $4.3B http://t.co/PYwfJTh6du The more interesting story is about Vista’s unorthodox ways— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) September 30, 2014
Fake ‘NYPD’ drone signs hit New York
From Waging Nonviolence:
Several weeks ago, a 28-year-old Army vet, who had worked with drones during two tours in Iraq and is now a radical art student in New York, came up with a creative act of protest to raise awareness around the growing use of drones domestically by police forces across the country.
According to an article in last week’s New Yorker, over the course of several nights, the veteran (who remains anonymous) and a few friends posted eleven unusual street signs around New York City, which is apparently investigating using drones as a law enforcement tool.
Designed to look exactly like official street signs, the fake NYPD signs had several different messages: “ATTENTION: Drone Activity in Progress,” or “ATTENTION: Local Statutes Enforced by Drones,” or “ATTENTION: Authorized Drone Strike Zone, 8am-8pm, Including Sunday.” […]
Ello, like a luxury bike, isn’t antithetical to capitalism and all of its problems. But it’s a step in the right direction, not just by being politically better than Facebook, but also being more useful and pleasurable than Diaspora. Ello’s core design team desperately needs some diversifying, and hopefully that and many other concerns of its users will alleviated sooner rather than later. This new network certainly isn’t the answer to every problem with have with private social networks, but it responds to some of the worst problems we face today. Ello might be a walled garden, but it’s fertile ground for growing something even better.