03 dezembro 2016

10 coisas que já podia ter lido hoje


Uma casa no Estoril

Perante o petróleo e a água, Trump has endorsed the Dakota Access Pipeline. The next move is up to Obama.

Let's Talk About Innovation for Publishers: newspapers and magazines did somewhat decent until the financial crisis in 2008, after which things went badly. Digital is now completely taking over the market for publishers, while TV is hanging in there (but notice how it's not growing at the same rate as the market overall, so it's actually in decline too).

"All of the Democratic and Democratic-aligned members of the Senate intelligence committee have hinted that significant information about Russian interference in the US presidential election remains secret and ought to be declassified", nota o The Guardian.

Da pós-verdade: Facebook is blocking links to a popular fake news detector (website for a popular browser extension that detects and tags disreputable news sources), a mesma empresa que, segundo diz um seu executivo: "We resisted having standards" on fake news. "That was wrong." Porquê? Trump’s Lies Aren’t Lies Because ‘There’s No Such Thing’ As Facts Anymore, His Surrogate Says... Facebook que está a desenvolver "artificial intelligence to flag offensive live videos"

Como se transfere Big Data? Por camião.

Da liberdade de expressão ao exercício da liberdade de expressão: Here are the journalists fighting for federal public records e a posição do Internet Archive perante o FBI

Qué ciudadanos europeos pagan más impuestos?

Futuristic plans for a moon village proposed by the European Space Agency are winning support around the world.

Os sonhos das startups: "Nearly one in five (!) founders think their company will eventually be worth a billion dollars or more."

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