my inner ninties dyke is not sure which is more surprising, going from no protections for housing or jobs to marriage equality to openly queer CEOs of major companies…
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/28/tim-cook-prepared-remarks.htmlTim Cook prepared remarksCook is one of four technology CEOs who will appear in Wednesday’s hearing. He will be joined by Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.www.cnbc.com
dear companies. the only thing that made money in web one was porn and in web three, porn is spam.
in web two, the only thing that made money was advertising, which is what web one was created to get away from as users, from ads in newspapers, tv shows and movies.
but this is web three, where the money is in data analysis. so users are content providers now.
in the 1980s. the public feared the databases, and post 9/11 the public populates them.
from information sharing into Big Data, beyond tobacco and climate
into the heart of the social issues, the gender wars
but, the television expansion in the 1960s allowed the tv world to watch the rest
the 1990s changed news from morning and evening to 24/7
and the internet was no longer geeks, it was all the people we went online to get away from
and computers were made more graphical and less technical
the world became more wired, and the world watched on tv
is now online on the internet, along with everything educational to the completely false.
the librarians warned early on and they were shushed.
https://mobilesyrup.com/2020/07/28/apple-tv-news-arcade-card-services-struggling/Apple’s new services haven’t generated ‘meaningful revenue:’ reportApple’s newest services, including TV+, News+, Card and Arcade, are all reportedly struggling as the company comes under increased scrutiny.mobilesyrup.com
there is a quote about not looking too long into the abyss, lest it look back at you
from plato’s cave, the living room tv to the interwebs,
Warhol’s 15 minutes was a curse prediction