Silicon Valley Has an Empathy Vacuum by Om Malik (The New Yorker)
“Silicon Valley’s biggest failing is not poor marketing of its products, or follow-through on promises, but, rather, the distinct lack of empathy for those whose lives are disturbed by its technological wizardry.”
Der Preis der Sicherheit von Constanze Kurz und Frank Rieger (FAZ) über die weitreichenden Folgen des Telekom Hacks:
“Wir brauchen keine „Cyber-Nato“. Wir brauchen ökonomische Anreize und rechtliche Regeln, die Sicherheit für alle über Profite stellen.”
I can’t just stand by and watch Mark Zuckerberg destroy the internet by Quincy Larson
“Mark Zuckerberg — Facebook’s CEO — is probably the most powerful person alive today. He may even be the most powerful person ever. Traditionally, the president of the United States has been considered the most powerful person on Earth. After all, President Obama controls the most powerful military on the planet, and has considerable influence over the $18 trillion US economy.”
Why We’re Fated to be Lonely – The School of Life
Loneliness shouldn’t be seen as a strange aberration; it’s a basic feature of life we should make our peace with in good time.