Wiping out the newspapers’ ad business, Google killed journalism. Western culture is built on guilt, but this is a natural, comfortable conclusion – especially for journalists, to have a scapegoat. Read+ “Google can be no evil”
In the news business, speed, not content, is the king. Each additional second your site needs to load can cost you up to 20% of the visitors. Read+ “The digital ad model is the anchor around news neck”
In the more-or-less three decades the Web has of “mature life”, it went through all hypes and moods you can think about. From the freedom-bringer until the surveillance-beast, the global network is still highly controversial and, therefore, worth discussing. Read+ “What we need is regulation, but not the one you are thinking about”
When a technological benchmark is reached, the world resets itself to adopt it. Think of GPS, the satellite system that guides billions of devices every day or the very little discussed firmware that runs in routers and other digital devices. Read+ “React is the eating the Internet. Is that a problem?”
As bigger as the web becomes, a problem gets bigger: even with extraordinary tools like Google, even good things are not good (or not even things) if they are absent. Read+ “The code universe can learn from the news industry mistakes”
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But this is just part of the story. Read+ “Writing about the spirit of the times”