Why my proposal for Twitter is different than Bluesky, more on moderation, and exploring what is next for Twitter
Notes on Elon Musk’s Twitter bid, why Facebook’s AR efforts may be too early, and an interview with Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri about creators, blockchains, and TikTok
OpenSea is positioned as another Aggregator, which is evidence that Web 3 is a layer on top of the Internet, not a replacement.
Tracing the evolution of tech’s three eras, and why the fourth era — the Metaverse — is defined by its bifurcation with the physical world.
ConstitutionDAO is an interesting project to buy a physical good as a community; what is particularly interesting is what it says about the power of actualizing memes
Adobe Max suggested that Adobe is finally starting to build its products as a service, not just selling them that way. Plus, Photoshop on the Web leans into Photoshop’s complexity, and Photoshop’s NFT authenticity feature is compelling.
The current technological revolution is probably still in deployment, not mature; cypto, meanwhile, is waiting on a key input. Then, the Stratechery publishing schedule is undergoing a big change.
More on tech epochs, including why Coinbase’s regulatory battles — which it will likely lose — are evidence it is an app-platform, the opposite of crypto’s decentralization promise.
More from Apple about why they chose the approach to scanning for CSAM that they did; then, why NFTs reliance on standard formats makes them more valuable, not less.
Good morning, Former President Donald Trump, who is not yet allowed back on Facebook, has a new blog! I actually think the format — it’s kind of like a Micro.blog, with Twitter and Facebook share links (but unfortunately no RSS) — is a good match for Trump’s style; more importantly, it’s a good reminder that […]