Monday Note - The fact that this article closes with the idea that EU's failure to regulate Facebook is at the center of the problem betrays the short-sighted way we are approaching this problem. Moving the burden of determining the "accuracy" of news sources to a corporation is an inadequate solution, but not as terrible as . . .
Washington Post - Vlog brother, Crash Course creator, and bestselling author of Lifetime stories for young adults John Green is experimenting with tiny versions of his titles. There have been a lot of experiments in publishing to reassert the book as a physical object, to ensure it isn't just something you can replicate on a phone or . . .
Whatever - Scalzi makes some good points here, but I feel that his criticism is a little narrow. This isn't one of those "both sides" things, I just think that the culture war combines with social media in a way that encourages people to be their worst selves in pursuit of winning. I shared out an episode of You Are Not So Smart . . .
Touch Arcade - Though I put a lot of affiliate links on here, this isn't a business that people rely on to pay rent. It's barely a business. Touch Arcade has done more to legitimize mobile gaming as more than freemium gimmicks, and seeing them go would be a big loss. Until the Ad market gets healthier and safer, I'm not sure what . . .