Episode 3.05 You Have Agency. Use It.

‘The Web We Have to Save’—hyperlinks, the stream, algorithms, and human responsibility.

Tagged: economics, social media, technology

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Blogging is not what it was in 2008. It has changed in some ways for the better, in some ways for the worse, and in a few ways that it’s hard to tell. Picking up from an Iranian blogger, Hossein Derakhshan, who was jailed for his political views in 2008, we take a look at hyperlinking, the stream, and personal agency. How can we keep the good of the blog world of 2008 and the good of the stream?

Before You Go

TUCOWS, parent company of Hover and Ting nailed its response to an intrusion on their servers. Note that Chris uses both Hover and Ting, and in fact winningslowly.org is registered at Hover—but we’re not getting anything from them (rather the opposite!)

See also our tweets back and forth with them here—turns out a kind word can be really appreciated.

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