No, by all means, rely on VC-backed, advertiser-controlled social networks and third party services to deliver your voice for you.
Rely on people you don't know, compelled by motives contrary to your own, to serve ads to your viewers and snoop on their meta data. Be sure to instill that lack of respect from the start, so the reader can ignore you completely in the future. Who needs the pressure of a solid reputation?
I would not lie to you about this, the Internet. The lady who wrote Atlas Shrugged was so mad at her married boyfriend for cheating on her that she put a curse on his penis when they broke up.
Jag saknar vokabulären att beskriva vilken blandning av förtjusning och "tappa-hakan-i-bordet" det här väcker hos mig.
Would-be “engineers” are encouraged to think of every project as a potential business ready to scale and sell, rather than as a process of long-term training in disciplines where concerns for social welfare become paramount. Engineering has always been a well-paid profession, but computing is turning it into a type of speculative finance rather than a calling.
The surprising extent to which news organizations subject readers to third-party tracking deserves closer attention. As a society, we often hold news organizations to higher ethical standards. They’re not just businesses; they’re supposed to provide a vital public service, and they depend on public trust.
Will definitely run webXray against the local media outlets someday in the near future.
as "if cyberpunk had a cute kid sister that was secretly better at coding". In an increasingly hyper-linked world of surveillance and digital paranoia, cybertwee is a lo-fi and decidedly feminine balm to the soul.