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Dave Winer ☮
social media developers blogger 65,665 followers
How to help fact-check breaking news like the Malaysian airplane disaster. bit.ly/1n5k2WL
@davewiner What a great idea, Dave. We love it! Add it to our idea forum here so we can keep that in mind: vz.to/ideaex
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@davewiner That's great, now if only they could reliably give me a decent download speed. And I'm not just talking about Netflix throttling.
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Verizon FIOS should publish maps of the neighborhoods they cover. I bet some people would move to those places. :-)
The complete history of civilian airliner shootdowns, in one chart. bit.ly/WqUybS
Verizon FiOS gives customers a boost on upload speeds. bit.ly/WqTKnq
Daryl Morey can't live up to his own hype. (An NBA story, which I look forward to reading, enjoying.) bit.ly/1qwAbaK
Over the weekend a new version of Little Card Editor shipped with lots of new features! ;-) bit.ly/1jKaxw8
Knicks Star Carmelo Anthony Launches Venture Firm. bit.ly/WqjQqQ
A strong sense of empathy, the ability to see through other people's eyes, helps you see things you might otherwise miss.
Of course people who grew up in the last 20 years don't think of it as the "post-print" era. They just think of it as the way things work.
A great thing about living in the post-print era is that you can do the kind of research you used to have to do in a library, anywhere.
The nice thing about the word Earthling is that it's portable and it scales. bit.ly/WqfAYp
Time.com's bounce rate down 15 percentage points since adopting continuous scroll. bit.ly/1n9mH0S
I was glad to "leave print behind." I never loved lugging all the books I wanted to read. nyti.ms/1n9lpTq
However, the New Yorker broke their old feeds, without redirects. I hate it when this happens. The podcast appears lost as well.
The New Yorker has a few RSS feeds. nyr.kr/1n9jMFB
"Non-subscribers will get a chance to explore The New Yorker fully and freely, just as subscribers always have." nyr.kr/1n9dLbG
EV Grieve: Did you know Michael Brody? bit.ly/1n9c3qT
Seth's Blog: Finding your peer group. bit.ly/WpLDrr
71 new icons in Font-Awesome 4.1. bit.ly/WpKhg8
Product Hunt Founder Explains Why The Hell He Joined Y Combinator. (Nice site. They need RSS feeds.) bit.ly/WpENlC
The BitTorrent world still very much loves RSS. bit.ly/1yO5sqd