Machine-learning generated content has major implications on the Metaverse, because it brings the marginal cost of production to zero.
The Musk-Twitter saga continues, while the New York Times rethinks its Twitter policies.
Elon Musk doesn’t just own a part of Twitter; now he’s on the board, in a move that has been in the works for a while. Plus, my experience as a Gogoro owner.
The obvious follow-up: Why Netflix Should Not Sell Ads. Plus, thoughts on Elon Musk’s investment in Twitter.
A story about how hackers got data from tech companies illustrates the fundamental challenge of trust on the Internet, and gives insight into the challenges of interoperability.
The E.U.’s DMA has some good ideas, but is fundamentally misguided and will make things worse for everyone.
If businesses are subject to Aggregation Theory, then so are ideas: this is the root of the “The Current Thing” meme, and it should drive a re-evaluation of how we think about moderating content on the Internet.
Facebook and Google bans probably don’t make much of a difference in the short-term, but will be a challenge in the long-term. Then, the structure of crypto drives a different response.
The Internet continues to split over politics, in this case the Ukraine-Russia conflict; the biggest impact, though, is social media. Plus, follow-up to the interview with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger.
Foillow-up on Digital Advertising in 2022, plus Monday’s Daily Update about Spotify.