Tag Archives: Facebook

Why two Internets are inevitable

In disasters, we rely on many-to-many networks to find out what’s happening. What does this mean for legislation and emergency relief?

You’ll be tagged

Crowdsourced tagging and ubiquitous photography spell the end of privacy. How should we deal with this?

Facebook’s rocks and hard places

Facebook can’t charge for access the way LinkedIn does, and can’t inject ads as Twitter does—for now. The company is stuck between a rock and a hard place, but it has the money, and the world’s attention, to find its way out.

The company we expect you to be

We’ve all decided what Google is for, and every time it tries to change that it creeps us out. Google needs to stop trying to be something it’s not and to embrace its inner nerd.