[nonostantement #159] - email tracking / tiktok & bisexuality / lego brutalism
Now with MORE gender fluid emojis!
Welcome to nonostantement: a weekly newsletter with scandalous, distasteful and captivating stuff found all over the Internet.
Good morning everyone and welcome back to our weekly appointment, in which I send you all the interesting links that I found the past week while I was working in front of my screen. Are we already connected on LinkedIn?
The perfect soundtrack could be Sesame Street - Mahna Mahna (the original version, from 1969)
A lot of emails we are receiving include some way to tracking ( ha the recipient opened the email? who they forwarded it to? how long it was read? and so on). Right now the techniques used to "spy" on people evolved and even savvy users may not realize their email is revealing things about them.
What happens when your system is run by old computers and inadequate staff? Hackers could try to contaminate your town's water supply through computer breach.
What could Apple's App Tracking Transparency bring? “Content fortresses”.
You may have had to read a 500-words article to figure out if celery is bad for your gastritis - without being able to figure it out, right? How SEO Is Gentrifying the Internet.
And in the end not only did the online articles got weird to read, but also shopping got… “competitive”: How sneakerheads ruined online shopping.
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[Video] - What is it like to be stopped by a Mexican cartel checkpoint asking for a toll to pass? Like this.
What happens when you put together a couple of very interesting things: brutalism and Lego bricks.
[Video] Lately they are all giving us advices on creativity, healthy things and so on. I'd say it's time to hear David Lynch talk about his daily routine and why habits are useful for creativity.
Making the world more welcoming is a daily job, in which the most absurd details are fixed day by day. Such as the sexuality of emojis. have you ever thought about it?
[Video] - Maybe it’s just because I'm old enough to remember this news, but I find this video fascinating and nostalgically attractive: McDonald's opens in hungry Moscow, but costs half-a-day's wages for lunch, 1990.
That's it for now.
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