The Dangers Of False Equivalence | Media Matters for America
2 keys points:
Drawing false equivalence is not only “taking sides,” it’s taking the wrong side
Drawing false equivalence between unequal sins incentivizes bad behavior
drawing false equivalence is not only “taking sides,” it’s taking the wrong side
drawing false equivalence between unequal sins incentivizes bad behavior
9 Reasons Wired Readers Should Wear Tinfoil Hats | Threat Level | Wired.com
If you thought facebook had a privacy problem, then better avoid this article.
An online demo to try out the Windows Phone 7 interface. Especially designed for mobile phones, so if you are on Andorid or iOS, give it a try.
Whatever works for you – Marco.org
Simply said by the creator of Instapaper:
“Previous-me tried to persuade everyone to switch to my setup, but I now know that it’s not worth the effort. I’ll never know someone else’s requirements, environment, or priorities as well as they do…
You should use whatever works for you. And I no longer have the patience or hubris to convince you what that should be. All I can offer is one data point: what I use, and how it works for me.”
The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face | NeuroTribes
The article also includes images from Susan’s sketchbook where she designed many of the “iconic” icons
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Thank you for sharing these indeed useful links!
I’ve just tried Windows Phone Demo and realized that I’d rather opt for Android:)