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Nudge gone evil

Princeton’s Dark Patterns project finds deceptive techniques for unduly influencing users’ behavior at Web sites. Continue reading

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Everyday Chaos coverage, etc.

I just posted a new page at the Everyday Chaos web site. It lists media coverage, talks, and other ways into the book. Take a look! Continue reading

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Animating flexboxes when a mouse enters

Flexboxes were the first thing CSS created once it became sentient. Where CSS used to lay out boxes robotically following directions, now it can dynamically respond to changes to the size of a browser window, re-laying them out in relation to one another. This means you no longer have to engage in the standard design […] Continue reading

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Fake news, harassment, and the robot threat: Some numbers

Lee Rainie, of Pew Research, is giving a talk at a small pre-conference event I’m at. I’m a Lee Rainie and Pew Lifetime Fan. [DISCLAIMERS: These are just some points Lee made. I undoubtedly left out important qualifiers. I’m sure I got things wrong, too. If I were on a connection that got more than […] Continue reading

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Fake news, harassment, and the robot threat: Some numbers

Lee Rainie, of Pew Research, is giving a talk at a small pre-conference event I’m at. I’m a Lee Rainie and Pew Lifetime Fan. [DISCLAIMERS: These are just some points Lee made. I undoubtedly left out important qualifiers. I’m sure I got things wrong, too. If I were on a connection that got more than […] Continue reading

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Three Chaotic podcasts

My book Everyday Chaos launched last week. Yay! As part of the launch, I gave some talks and interviews. Here are three of the conversations, three three great interviewers: Leonard Lopate, WBAI Hidden Forces podcast Berkman Klein book talk, and conver… Continue reading

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test. please ignore

this is a test. Continue reading

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[SPOILER] If it’s really a game of thrones, here’s how Game of Thrones should end

SPOILER ALERT: I’m writing this hours before the final episode and will spoil prior episodes. Based on the end of Episode 5 of Season 8 — the penultimate episode — it sure looks like Arya is on her way to kill Dany. But that’d be a cop out. I hope GoT goes all Red Weddingon us. […] Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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