From NY Times:
That’s because Instagram isn’t about reality – it’s about a well-crafted fantasy, a highlights reel of your life that shows off versions of yourself that you want to remember and put on display in a glass case for other people to admire and browse through.
So very true. Instagram is nostalgia, [...]
From the Guardian:
The issue, it seems, boils down to two things – does a reader own an ebook, or the licence to read an ebook?
What answer makes the most sense for schools?
Or does it simply come down to the dollars?
I try and hit the sack between 10:00 and 10:30 every night. Around 4:00 or 4:30 my body starts to gear up for the wakeup alarm (indeed, it barely needs an alarm anymore). This means waking up a bit, turning over, falling back to sleep, grabbing a drink of water, kicking the dog off the [...]
From the very interesting post “The Web We Lost” by Anil Dash:
This isn’t some standard polemic about “those stupid walled-garden networks are bad!” I know that Facebook and Twitter and Pinterest and LinkedIn and the rest are great sites, and they give their users a lot of value. They’re amazing achievements, from a pure software [...]
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