Apple finally opens up about their complicated afterlife
For what it’s worth, my 2½ year old AirPods still charge and work fine, despite taking some abuse, and don’t show that much battery degredation. When the battery inievitably “dies” it’s good to know they
can be recycled. The only that will make you feel better every time you use it.
This could come in handy for me. I know absolutely nothing about plants, but have a garden which requires constant maintenance.
I’d never heard of "inner source" until today, but it’s come up in 3 different contexts so far.
A collection of videos of keynotes and sessions from various IndieWebCamps. It’s super convenient to have these saved all in one place 👍
The Attention Fair. has been a 15 months research into possible scenarios to claim ownership right of data for individuals, new methodologies for privacy policies and to determine the value of behavior. In a variety of games, experiments, and visuals you will learn about the data economy and speculate on the future of your online self.
Jeremy and his write-up on IndieWebCamp Utrecht, for pointing me to this. One of the more interesting aspects of Julia’s work is that while most of us in the room marvelled at her clever creations, not much of it was a surprise. That’s decidedly not the case for “the public”. Most of them, Julia said, were entertained by her work but thought it was a jolly good science fiction project, maybe a bit like Black Mirror. That it is real, they find truly shocking.