[nonostantement #225] - rigged game / minus / prayer
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The Game Is Rigged: Rethinking The Creator Economy
Do you remember the internet before influencers? Before teenagers were regularly becoming millionaires on YouTube or TikTok? Before billions of us started sharing our lives online?
Pop Culture Has Become an Oligopoly
A cartel of superstars has conquered culture. How did it happen, and what should we do about it?
When Everything is Important But Nothing is Getting Done
A step by step guide for solving a difficult organizational problem, including notes on single stack ranks, team interdependencies, building consensus, reducing work in progress, and how to move your company towards better priority management.
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Minus is a finite social network where you get 100 posts—for life.
While you can reply to a post as often as you like, every time you add to the feed, it subtracts from your lifetime total. When you reach 0 posts left, that’s it. No exceptions.
Adam Mosseri Says He Wants Big Tech to Give Up Control
The head of Instagram has a vision for using Web3 to shift power from tech platforms to content creators—which he says will ultimately benefit both.
A primeira e única revista de tipografia do brasil
Diemut Strebe / The Prayer
An experimental set-up to explore the possibilities of an approximation to celestial and numinous entities by performing a potentially never-ending chain of religious routines and devotional attempts for communication through a self-learning software.
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Instagram moderators say Iran offered them bribes to remove accounts
A Persian-language content moderator for Instagram and a former content moderator have said Iranian intelligence officials offered them money to remove Instagram accounts of journalists and activists."I was offered 5,000 to 10,000 euros [$5,350-$10,700; £4,250-£9,000] to delete an account.”
Captured Russian Weapons Are Packed With U.S. Microchips
When Ukrainian forces began to take apart several pieces of captured or partially destroyed Russian military equipment, they found a strong reliance on foreign microchips - especially those made in the United States - according to component lists Ukraine intelligence shared with The War Zone.
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