Pirates of the Pirated? | Facebook
I was excited for Black Sails after seeing the awesome Kris Kuski opening credits, only to find out that it’s not his work, just a blatant, shameless, copy. Dick move, Starz.
David Simon: ‘There are now two Americas. My country is a horror show’
David Simon: Capitalism in America has lost sight of its social compact
This is one of the best, if not the best, diagnoses I’ve read of the United States. Let’s build on this and start talking about solutions.
A Look at 40 Years of Trust in the United States → The Plural of You
Our capacity for trust is related to our beliefs, our circumstances, and the groups to which we belong. Here are a few examples from recent U.S. history.
Everpix Blog: We Gave It Our All…
It is with a heavy heart we announce that Everpix will be shutting down in the coming weeks.
We started this company two years ago with the goals of solving the photo mess and designing better ways for people to enjoy their memories. We are very proud of the work we’ve done—from the cutting-edge…
: Our new typography and branding
You may have noticed our film title on the blog has changed to a lovely hand written version. Well this is the sterling work of Paul Spencer, my designer of choice for our film. Above is a rough version of a potential poster – I’m sure Paul would rather me wait to share it until it’s finished…
The Blog of Josh Morgan: The Plural of You
I would like to announce the soft-launch of a new online community, The Plural of You. Its mission will be to inspire a culture of mutual respect, trust, and care through social optimism. I had planned to wait until the beginning of 2014, but I’m ready to leave pessimism and misanthropy…
Mapping Silicon Valley’s Gentrification Problem Through Corporate Shuttle Routes | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
Take the public transportation provided by corporate shuttle buses from the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook, and others. For better or worse, we’re looking at a situation where private networks start to supplant public infrastructure.
Interesting that the title refers to it as a “problem”.
NSA attains the Holy Grail of spying, decodes vast swaths of Internet traffic
Supercomputers, trickery, court orders, and persuasion defeat widely used crypto.
If you were waiting for things to be “the worst” before taking a stand against the rampant, unwarranted, breaches of your privacy by the current US government and its agencies, that time is here.