You want to know this: why your posts on Facebook don’t get read

Take two scenarios: Something horrifically bad happens. You decide to share it on Facebook expecting your friends to see it. Then you get just a couple of comments, and you worry why so few care. Or lets say you have a politically diverse group of friends on Facebook, and you post something to get the […]

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“Why new internet and software architecture will define the future of society”

Lots of thought provoking bits to think about in Thomas Bjelkeman’s post: “Law is hard. Code is harder. Why new internet and software architecture will define the future of society” If you combine the thought that our communications infrastructure is going to start dictate how we think about the world with what Laurence Lessig says: […]

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