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The Planet Needs a New Internet
When climate change comes for our coffee and our wine, we’ll moan about it on Twitter, read about it on our favorite websites, and watch diverting videos on YouTube to fill the icy hole in our hearts. We’ll do all this until the websites go dark and the netwo…
When climate change comes for our coffee and our wine, well moan about it on Twitter, read about it on our favorite websites, and watch diverting videos on YouTube to fill the icy hole in our hearts. Well do all this until the websites go dark and the network… [+18874 chars]
Maddie Stone on Earther, shared by Marina Galperina to Gizmodo
2019-08-20 15:00:00




Hong Kong protests: Brand 'witch hunt' takes over Chinese internet
Versace and Swarovski are among the firms caught up in a wave of Chinese cyber nationalism.
As the protests intensify in Hong Kong, international luxury brands are getting caught in the crossfire. Global brands such as Versace, Coach, Calvin Klein, Givenchy ASICS, and Swarovski have all become tied up in controversy on the mainland this week for l… [+7175 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-08-15 10:27:59




WhatsApp reaches 400 million users in India, its biggest market
WhatsApp has amassed more than 400 million users in India, the instant messaging app confirmed today, reaffirming its gigantic reach in its biggest market. Amitabh Kant, CEO of highly-influential local think-tank Niti Aayog, revealed the new stat at a press c…
WhatsApp has amassed more than 400 million users in India, the instant messaging app confirmed today, reaffirming its gigantic reach in its biggest market. Amitabh Kant, CEO of highly-influential local think-tank Niti Aayog, revealed the new stat at a press … [+3411 chars]
Manish Singh
2019-07-26 12:50:53




Facebook App to Keep Kids From Talking to Strangers Online Fails Its One Job
To absolutely nobody’s surprise, it turns out that letting the company with tons of privacy scandals run a messaging service for children might have been a bad idea. Now there are multiple reports that a pitfall in the design of Facebook’s Messenger Kids app …
To absolutely nobodys surprise, it turns out that letting the company with tons of privacyscandals run a messaging service for children might have been a bad idea. Now there are multiplereports that a pitfall in the design of Facebooks Messenger Kids app lets… [+2625 chars]
Alyse Stanley
2019-07-23 02:57:00




Watch a Drone Take Over a Nearby Smart TV
Smart TVs continue to look dumber by the day.
For all the focus on locking down laptops and smartphones, the biggest screen in millions of living rooms remains largely unsecured, even after years of warnings. Smart TVs today can fall prey to any number of hacker tricksincluding one still-viable radio att… [+2668 chars]
Andy Greenberg
2019-08-11 18:00:00




Senator Moves to Make Autoplay Videos and Infinite Scroll Illegal
That technology might be bad for our health, that it’s manipulating us, isn’t a revelatory take, but it’s one that lawmakers are increasingly becoming intimately entwined with. And a new bill wants to prevent social networks from exploiting us. Read more...
That technology might be bad for our health, that its manipulating us, isnt a revelatory take, but its one that lawmakers are increasingly becoming intimately entwined with. And a new bill wants to prevent social networks from exploiting us. Senator Josh Haw… [+3920 chars]
Melanie Ehrenkranz
2019-07-30 18:25:00




Land art reminds you to maybe go offline sometimes
Leon Keer, a Dutch pop-surrealist and land artist, has created a simple but monumental piece with a very clear message. Conceived for the Vision Art Festival in the Swiss alps of Crans-Montana, 'offline' anamorphic land art, will make visitors do a double tak…
Keer being a surrealist, not all is as it seems. The symbol has actually been painted directly onto the landscape using "100 percent eco-friendly, biodegradable and sustainable paint," said the artist. And since it uses techniques of forced perspective, you m… [+1080 chars]
Steve Dent
2019-08-07 12:00:00




Get ready to jump in the stream for Google Stadia’s exclusive games
Orcs Must Die 3 is the latest title that will require Internet streaming.
Enlarge/ Artist's rendering of players that aren't interested in game streaming reacting to news that Orcs Must Die 3 is a Stadia exclusive. 1 with 1 posters participating Excited to get back to the silly tower-defense action of Orcs Must Die with the serie… [+3140 chars]
Kyle Orland
2019-08-19 21:15:16




The DIY graphic design/publishing revolution of Letraset
The Pulp Librarian tweeted a fun history of Letraset's rub-on lettering sheets. Launched in 1959, the dry transfer letters transformed DIY design and publishing, from 'zines to record albums! Below are a few of the tweets. Click here for the whole thread! Dav…
The S1 (AKA the "Slip-Slide Seat") is a radical rethink of airline middle seats from Colorado's Molon Labe Designs; it sits a little back of the seats to either side of it, is slightly wider, and has slightly lower arm-rests -- and in some configurations, it … [+1423 chars]
David Pescovitz
2019-07-25 23:37:29




Design competition to create graphics to illustrate cybersecurity stories
Illustrating abstract articles is a pain in the ass, and in the age of social media, a post without an illustration is likely to disappear without attaining any kind of readership, which leaves those of us who cover the field endlessly remixing HAL9000 eyes u…
Illustrating abstract articles is a pain in the ass, and in the age of social media, a post without an illustration is likely to disappear without attaining any kind of readership, which leaves those of us who cover the field endlessly remixing HAL9000 eyes u… [+3940 chars]
Cory Doctorow
2019-07-29 14:57:25




Flip flops made of grass, live hermit crabs, and more weird stuff on Amazon this week
As your friendly neighborhood shopping writers, we spend our days scouring the internet and of course, Amazon, to bring you the best deals on the gadgets and gizmos you need the most. But there’s something we need to get off our chests: beneath Amazon’s calm …
As your friendly neighborhood shopping writers, we spend our days scouring the internet and of course, Amazon, to bring you the best deals on the gadgets and gizmos you need the most. But theres something we need to get off our chests: beneath Amazons calm su… [+3122 chars]
Jayla Andrulonis
2019-08-17 06:00:00




I Used The Web For A Day On A 50 MB Budget
This article is part of a series in which I attempt to use the web under various constraints, representing a given demographic of user. I hope to raise the profile of difficulties faced by real people, which are avoidable if we design and develop in a way tha…
This article is part of a series in which I attempt to use the web under various constraints, representing a given demographic of user. I hope to raise the profile of difficulties faced by real people, which are avoidable if we design and develop in a way tha… [+37975 chars]
Chris Ashton
2019-07-29 12:00:59




Domino’s takes its case for non-accessible design to the Supreme Court
The ADA is almost 30 years old, but the company says websites don't count.
Enlarge/ Visually impaired consumers use screen readers, special input devices, and other technologies to access the internetat least, on sites designed to accommodate it. 7 with 6 posters participating The shift toward using an app on your phone to place a… [+4881 chars]
Kate Cox
2019-08-02 18:55:32




This product designer tricks the internet with irresistible fake products
Matt Benedetto is a product designer who created a fake company that makes products that solve unique problems. These products solve problems you didn't even know you had. Each one is the perfect mix of a must-have gadget and one that makes you say, "I cant b…
Following is the transcript of the video: Narrator: Avocado on a stick. A hands-free umbrella. How about a 100-foot-long phone-charging cable? These products seem almost too good to be true. And, in a way, they are. They aren't available in any store. They a… [+3642 chars]
Shirley Cheng and Anthony Baffo
2019-08-13 21:22:00




Internet-Standards: Forscher raten IETF-Entwicklern zu mehr Privacy by Design
Neue Internet-Standards sollten vor ihrer Verabschiedung stärker auf mögliche Folgen für den Datenschutz überprüft werden, fordern Forscher.
Zwei renommierte US Privacy Forscher raten den Entwicklern der Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) mehr für Privacy by Design zu tun. Gleichzeitig bedürfe es angesichts der wachsenden Datenberge eines Paradigmenwechsels, forderte Steven Bellovin von der Co… [+3954 chars]

2019-07-26 07:51:00




Box introduces Box Shield with increased security controls and threat protection
Box has always had to balance the idea of sharing content broadly while protecting it as it moved through the world, but the more you share, the more likely something can go wrong, such as misconfigured shared links that surfaced earlier this year. In an effo…
Box has always had to balance the idea of sharing content broadly while protecting it as it moved through the world, but the more you share, the more likely something can go wrong, such as misconfigured shared links that surfaced earlier this year. In an effo… [+3195 chars]
Ron Miller
2019-08-21 12:19:57




The weirdest stuff we found on Amazon this week
Day after day we — your friendly, neighborhood shopping writers — scour the internet to bring you all the details on the best possible deals on tech, gadgets, and products to make life a little bit easier. On our quest to bring you said savings on the top-rat…
Day after day we your friendly, neighborhood shopping writers scour the internet to bring you all the details on the best possible deals on tech, gadgets, and products to make life a little bit easier.  On our quest to bring you said savings on the top-rated… [+4883 chars]
Jayla Andrulonis
2019-08-03 09:00:00




Be Better Bracelet Breaks Bad Habits, Fosters Favorable Fixations
Do you want to be a better person? Maybe you want to curse less, drink more water, or post fewer inflammatory comments on the internet. You could go the old school route by wearing a rubber band around your wrist and snapping it every time you slip, or litera…
Do you want to be a better person? Maybe you want to curse less, drink more water, or post fewer inflammatory comments on the internet. You could go the old school route by wearing a rubber band around your wrist and snapping it every time you slip, or litera… [+1117 chars]
Kristina Panos
2019-08-23 18:30:00




Hate Twitter's new design? Fix it with your own stylesheet!
I'm not a fan of Twitter's new design: in addition to all the other complaints people have, I hate the fact that if you load a tab with your mentions in it, there's no easy way to refresh it to see new mentions; I also hate the fact that when you click on a t…
I'm not a fan of Twitter's new design: in addition to all the other complaints people have, I hate the fact that if you load a tab with your mentions in it, there's no easy way to refresh it to see new mentions; I also hate the fact that when you click on a t… [+4546 chars]
Cory Doctorow
2019-07-25 15:17:41




Domino’s is locked in a legal battle over the future of web design
The pizza company has petitioned the Supreme Court to hear a three-year-old case that deals with whether Domino’s is legally required to make its websites and apps accessible to all users. Should websites be accessible to everyone, including the blind? Read F…
That’s the question at the center of an ongoing lawsuit against the pizza restaurant Domino’s that was filed by a blind user in 2016 after he was unable to order pizzas through the company’s website, despite using screen reading software. Because he could not… [+2948 chars]
Katharine Schwab
2019-08-05 07:00:27
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