Curious to see what RSS feeds you follow. Can you share an opml export, or do you publish your list somewhere? My list is on my blog, in the sidebar as opml file. https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/06/show-me-your-feeds-ill-show-you-mine/ #rss
When I said "I read feeds by social distance" at last week's unconference, ppl asked what I meant and how that looked. So I blogged it in more detail. https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/06/feed-reading-by-social-distance/ #indieweb #rss
Our AI Overlords Are Already Here, They Likely Employ You. Corporations as a 19 century form of 'slow AI'. Because "corporations are context blind, single purpose algorithms" https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/06/our-ai-overlords-are-already-here-they-likely-employ-you/
Useful list of 5 digital ethics dark patterns by @Floridi. I'd add a 6th, ethics futurising, spending all energy on hypothetical ethical issues of future tech, while assuming current digital practices in your organisation are ethically beyond reproach… https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/05/digital-ethics-dark-patterns/
Where the 'As If' Monsters Come From .... https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/04/where-the-as-if-monsters-come-from/
It’s King’s Day #koningsdag in the Netherlands. And this year the royal family is visiting our hometown Amersfoort. Despite the rain the country will turn orange in most places. (below screenshot of the rain radar, #opendata ftw) The little one has been asking to go into town since 8am this morning.
Today's PM10 spike due to Easter fires in the east of the Netherlands less pronounced than Saturday's German fires caused yesterday. https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/04/easter-fires-pm10-spike-pt-2/
EU Copyright Directive Adopted in Council, You Still Have Two Years to Go Indie https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/04/eu-copyright-directive-adopted-in-council-you-still-have-two-years-to-go-indie/ #copyright #EU #article11 #article13
Taking a look at the quality of open data of Dutch provinces https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/04/measuring-open-data-quality-of-dutch-provinces/ #opendata #opengov #netherlands
The weakness of the US charge against Assange is shocking. The allegation he tried (and failed?) to help crack a password during their world-famous reporting has been public for nearly a decade: it is the count Obama's DOJ refused to charge, saying it endangered journalism. https://t.co/xdTQ8xauB0
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@PixelfedLabs it isn't law yet. Now two years to go for national govs in EU to implement and their parliaments to ratify. I'd suggest exploring first how federated network is not a platform
Marc Chavannes: Met de taal van oorlog en ondergang wil doemartiest Baudet Nederland hoop geven https://decorrespondent.nl/9306/met-de-taal-van-oorlog-en-ondergang-wil-doemartiest-baudet-nederland-hoop-geven/2549630064366-a272b51a
Hoe de media premier Baudet creëren - De Correspondent
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