Constantly posting content on social media can erode your #privacy—and sense of self.
was established in 1828, and is the best-written and most influential magazine in Britain. In 2018, we launched our monthly global edition of the magazine, bringing to the rest of the world the same insight, original thought the British have enjoyed for 190 years. The overall #media landscape was missing something — a publication filled with ideas and wit that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
is a media platform for the people who build and manage software the world relies on. We provide context and explanation of at-scale technologies to advance knowledge and create conversations through our coverage of modern architectures, components of the software development life cycle, and operations #tools and #culture.
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This project aims to contribute to the preservation and libration of human knowledge. We make our small and humble contribution, in the footsteps of the greats before us.
The focus of this project is illustrated by its name:
Pirate - We deliberately violate the copyright law in most countries. This allows us to do something that legal entities cannot do: making sure books are mirrored far and wide.
Library - Like most libraries, we focus primarily on written materials like #books. We might expand into other types of #media in the future.
Mirror - We are strictly a mirror of existing libraries. We focus on preservation, not on making books easily searchable and downloadable (access) or fostering a big community of people who contribute new books (sourcing).
is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using #technology to change our #society. We are a new kind of #media organization, staffed with an unparalleled roster of quantitative journalists who pursue meaningful, data-driven investigations.
2022-9-24 #artoftheday
Just one day after the Queen’s death, another deeply sobering study related to the dangers of exceeding 1.5C of global warming was published
The rise of Current Affairs has been the subject of many salacious rumors. Since growing into an international multimedia powerhouse, Current Affairs has attracted the admiration and envy of countless people, birds, and invertebrates. We hear the whispers. To set the record straight, it is our pleasure to provide for you a brief history of our organization.
Current Affairs was launched by roommates Oren Nimni and Nathan J. Robinson via a Kickstarter campaign in 2015, which promised “a new print magazine of political analysis, satire, and entertainment” that would “bring wit, color, and verve back to print media!” With $16,607 of their $10,000 goal raised, the magazine Current Affairs was born!
2022-9-21 #wikiarticle
We’re experiencing a content overload. There are an average of 550 new social #media users each minute, and over 40,000 search queries on #Google every second. The #Facebook like button has been pressed 13 trillion times, and each new day welcomes another 682 million tweets. It seems that every time we blink there’s a new podcast published, or blog post to read, or #book recommendation to order on Amazon. To make a long story short, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to disaggregate signal from noise.
we believe the daily news should inspire people to build a better world. While most #media is fueled by toxic #politics and negativity, we focus on solutions: the smartest people, the biggest ideas, and the most ground breaking #technology shaping our #future.
2022-9-5 #siteoftheday
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