Onion online advertising timeline. As tragically funny as every other Onion piece.
The Correspondent: The new dot com bubble is here: it’s called online advertising. I started writing about this in 2008, in a blog post titled Why online advertising sucks, and is a bubble. It was first on a list that is now 128 posts, articles, podcasts and essays long. (And it's far from complete.) If anyone wants to help me make that into a book, let me know. it should be.
About personal scale. Spread that word.
Sogeti: Utopia for Executives. An excellent report, and not just because it sources me. Here's how the Table of contents (as best I can copy/paste it),
https://www.apple.com/privacy/ keeps changing. Not saying that's in a bad way. Or a good one. Just observing.
The Customer: Data Transparency and Ethical Data Harvesting aren’t just Buzzwords: CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) is a comprehensive legislative package that many experts are saying will become standard baseline rules for consumer data practices here in the U.S. – soon. Very soon.
Ray Dalio: The World Has Gone Mad and the System is Broken.
From The New York Times' 13 November Sunday Times magazine:
The Times on the next day (14 Nov): Cities Worldwide Are Reimagining Their Relationship With Cars
Three Reason essays. (If you're going to read Right, Reason is the best. As you see here, they agree that climate change is real.)