Various themes are combined by Maciej Ceglowski into a thoughtful, though bleak, talk on the development of the commercial internet: "The Internet with a human face" delivered at the Beyond Tellerrand 2014 Conference
Search is basic to the Internet and to be considered a utility function. Without „search” no find. "Degraded links" are hurting society as a whole and should be banned.
What if companies like Google, or banks, start throttling their services and pricing dependent on if you are positive or negative about them or if you accept their latest offering?
Often antitrust is connected to behaviour in the disadvantage of competitors – and hence the dis-economies this brings for consumers – we should have a wider perspective at the (potential) negative impact companies have on society. Slowly but surely we should start looking at the disadvantages to society’s ability to collaborate as well.
(4 minutes reading time, Note by author: this is a highly opinionated post) Some weeks ago Google announced the acquisition of Nest. For those who do not know Nest and [...]
As everybody else living on the web I have received phishing mails for years and years. Not very many, they seem to come in waves. Initially these mails were so [...]
A regularly recurring theme at Red Planet Dust is the impact of IT-driven trends on decision-making and robosourcing, marketplaces and exchanges. "High Frequency Trading" is an exemplary example were technology [...]
Part of my inquiry into collaborability is a quest to find the right vocabulary to use. It is not only using the right words but also to link them with [...]
Forbes: How Multitasking Hurts Your Brain (and Your Effectiveness at Work) Hoe langer ik in de nieuwe kantoortuinen werk hoe meer het me verbaast dat er niemand in opstand komt. [...]