weekly reel June 9, 2019
Quiet Signs by Jessica Pratt (bandcamp.com)
FT. FRANK TURNER by The Armed (bandcamp.com)
Around the interwebs,
- Kottke: The lost common spaces of our hyper-segmented lives points to The Sweetgreen-ification of society about "how technology and customer segmentation are increasingly separating people into socioeconomic groups that don’t interact":
Just next time you get lunch, take a good look around you.
We are losing the spaces we share across socioeconomic strata. Slowly, but surely, we are building the means for an everyday urbanite to exist solely in their physical and digital class lanes. It used to be the rich, and then everyone else. Now in every realm of daily consumer life, we are able to efficiently separate ourselves into a publicly visible delineation of who belongs where.
We lost the lunch line. We lost the coffee cart. We’re losing the commute. Innovation has bestowed upon us an entire homescreen worth of transportation options that allow us to congest the roads and never brush elbows with those taking the subway. Meanwhile, the crumbling of the subways aren’t felt by an ever growing number of the somewhat well-to-do.
- [fr] Tristan Nitot : En vrac sur le climat.
- [fr/qc] IRIS - Grève des préposées aux bénéficiaires : les résidences privées pour personnes âgées ont-elles les moyens de payer décemment leurs employées?
- LinuxJournal / Glyn Moody on Facebook becoming the west's Wechat.
- Mozilla: Firefox now available with Enhanced Tracking Protection by default plus updates to Facebook Container. Fuck yeah Mozilla, finally. Stop following, and more of this please.
- Other good privacy news if you pick the right side: iOS 13, when confirming location permission, shows a map of where apps have been tracking you. HN.
- Hillel: Why "do thing with linked list" is an interview question in the first place. HN.