Quora and the Search for Truth

Posted in ひと, インターネット by shiro on 2014年2月10日
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10万以上のインターネットラジオを聴ける録音機能付きラジオアプリ-TuneIn Radio Pro-

Posted in インターネット, ハウツー, ラジオ by shiro on 2014年1月30日

The First App You Open In The Morning

Posted in ひと, アプリ, インターネット by shiro on 2014年1月6日


The First App You Open In The Morning | ParisLemon

Personally, right now, the first app I open in the morning is Twitter. But it hasn’t always been. A year ago, that app was Path. A year before that, that app was Instagram. Before that, it was probably Twitter again. Or Foursquare. Or Techmeme (technically, the web browser). At some point it was Facebook. And way back when it was probably — shudder — email.

朝いちばんに見るアプリは? | maclalala2

Viewing Where the Internet Goes

Posted in ひと, インターネット by shiro on 2014年1月1日

Is the Internet a Mob Without Consequence?

Posted in インターネット, ツイッター, 炎上 by shiro on 2013年12月28日


Is the Internet a Mob Without Consequence? |

This all happened while Ms. Sacco was on a 12-hour flight without Wi-Fi to Africa. When she landed, it was game over. She deleted her entire social footprint online, including her Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and was fired from her job, effective 12 hours earlier.

This Is How A Woman’s Offensive Tweet Became The World’s Top Story | BuzzFeed

Justine Sacco and the tweet heard around the world — when public shaming metastasizes into an angry mob | GigaOM

The Internet: A Mob Without Consequence | Daring Fireball

Justine Sacco And The Self-Inflicted Perils Of Twitter (Jeff Bercovici/Forbes) | Techmeme

失言ツイート炎上で即解雇、米メディア企業の広報部長 | AFPBB News

What Does It Mean for the U.S. to ‘Lose Control of the Internet?’

Posted in インターネット, NSA by shiro on 2013年10月20日


Lose Control of the Internet?’ | The Atlantic

The NSA revelations have thrown open an Internet governance dispute that seemed resolved. What’s next?

2013 Internet Trends — KPCB

Posted in インターネット, トレンド by shiro on 2013年5月30日


2013 Internet Trends | Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers

Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends | Daring Fireball

Chinese citizens are hijacking Xi Jinping’s latest propaganda tool

Posted in インターネット, 中国 by shiro on 2013年5月19日


Chinese citizens are hijacking Xi Jinping’s latest propaganda tool | Quartz

If the last sixty odd years of Chinese history were told through Chinese Communist Party slogans, this year would mark a turning point in who controls the narrative.

Elusive expressions like Jiang Zemin’s “three represents” (which refers to the three pillars of the party—military, culture and public interest) and Mao Zedong’s “destruction of the four olds” (which connotes the destruction of pre-communist Chinese values) catalogue important transitions in China and form part of each leader’s legacy. The latest of these slogans is “Chinese Dream,” coined by China’s newest leader Xi Jinping.

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This Is the Most Detailed Picture of the Internet Ever (and Making it Was Very Illegal)

Posted in インターネット, ハッキング by shiro on 2013年5月14日


This Is the Most Detailed Picture of the Internet Ever (and Making it Was Very Illegal) | Motherboard

An anonymous researcher with a lot of time on his hands apparently shares the sentiment. In a newly published research paper, this unnamed data junkie explains how he used some stupid simple hacking techniques to build a 420,000-node botnet that helped him draw the most detailed map of the Internet known to man. Not only does it show where people are logging in, it also shows changes in traffic patterns over time with an impressive amount of precision. This is all possible, of course, because the researcher hacked into nearly half a million computers so that he could ping each one, charting the resulting paths in order to make such a complex and detailed map. Along those lines, the project has as much to do with hacking as it does with mapping.

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Blogger Who Quit The Internet For A Year Had A Horrible Time

Posted in ひと, インターネット by shiro on 2013年4月28日


The Gadget Blogger Who Quit The Internet For A Year Is Coming Back, And It Sounds Like He Had A Horrible Time | Business Insider

In my month away from email, I didn’t miss it at all. Not for one second. Unfortunately, it’s a necessary evil of the modern world. But the internet is different. My guess is that in his year away, Miller will come to realize more and more that the internet is nothing if not one of the greatest achievements in human history.

It’s going to be a hell of a lot harder to live life without it.

Blogger Who Quit The Internet For A Year Had A Horrible Time | ParisLemon

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