Monthly Archives: June 2009

More on contact lists

A rather superficial treatment of the issue I posted on earlier today, in the NYT. Why do I think it’s a superficial treatment? Well, the concept of emailing invitations out to people in your address book has been around for … Continue reading

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Storing contact lists

Facebook’s recommendation engine has improved. Since I rarely log-in or use the service, I’m not sure how recently this happened. But earlier this week, out of sheer boredom, I decided to see who they thought I might know. The suggestions … Continue reading

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Avoiding lowest common denominators

Earlier this week I promised a longer post on generative solutions of governance. Never got around to it – life. A few thoughts, as usual not very well-formed, related to generative solutions. What prompted me to think about this topic … Continue reading

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Back home, at last

Home from two weeks on the road, and couldn’t be more thrilled about it. I spent the first week of June at the Computers, Freedom and Privacy conference, where I made a presentation about the core characteristics of Google’s Ads … Continue reading

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