weekly reel January 22, 2017
Namaste, folks. Music, with a live album from The Notwist full of refreshing takes of their 🌅, serene, 😃, warm, 🎉, empathetic, 👏 discography. And more slow goodness, with a 2015 album from Low I had missed so far: Ones and Sixes.
SUPERHEROES, GHOSTVILLAINS + STUFF by the Notwist (bandcamp.com)
Ones and Sixes by Low (bandcamp.com)
Meanwhile, on the interwebs and around the world:
- David Cain: Why there's never enough time.
- [fr/qc] Philippe Hurteau / IRIS - Congés parentaux : dix ans plus tard.
- SMBC: Pop music is glorious.
- [fr] #Datagueule 68 - Marketing politique : démocra-ciblée.
- Chabuduo! Close enough, "what Chinese corner-cutting reveals about modernity". Via [fr] Nouveau Projet.
- On SEO spam: Google & Facebook ad traffic is 90% useless, via HN.
- Kyle Schreiber: The problem with Google's AMP, via HN.
- Rituals of shaming in the software industry.
- Kottke: “Life is a preexisting condition waiting to happen”
- danah boyd: Why America is self-segregating. Great read, using the US military and higher education as examples. Via Rafe Colburn.
- Emily Nussbaum: How jokes won the election. Via Rafe Colburn.
- NYT: NSA gets more latitude to share intercepted communications. "In its final days, the Obama administration has expanded the power of the National Security Agency to share globally intercepted personal communications". Via Standblog.
- Economist: American carnage, via DF.
- New Yorker: Preserve, protect, and defend, via DF.