Download: Episode 54
This week Audrey and I chat about YouTube’s announcement to link to Wikipedia, the New Yorker’s profile of Reddit, Spotify and copyright law, and more. Enjoy!
- [03:53] The Responsible Communication Style Guide is headed back to the printers!
- [06:36] Hire Christie!
- [07:06] YouTube didn’t tell Wikipedia about its plans for Wikipedia – The Verge
- [12:50] Phoebe Ayers on Twitter: “…It’s not polite to treat Wikipedia like an endlessly renewable resource with infinite free labor…”
- [14:04] YouTube, the Great Radicalizer – The New York Times
- [15:51] kate conger on Twitter: “case in point: in YouTube’s statement, they don’t take a position on whether the moon landing happened.”
- [19:56] The Grim Conclusions of the Largest-Ever Study of Fake News
- [29:49] Reddit and the Struggle to Detoxify the Internet | The New Yorker
- [43:04] Rochelle on Twitter: “Analyzing videos for YouTube this morning. The rules are always changing…”
- [44:44] A $1.6 billion Spotify lawsuit is based on a law made for player pianos – The Verge
- [49:20] Dear Music Fans… by StartUp from Gimlet Media
- [51:16] Spooky action at a distance, how an AWS outage ate our load balancer
- [55:26] Janelle Shane on Twitter: “Does anyone have a picture of sheep in a really unusual place? It’s for pranking a neural net.”
- [57:31] Let’s Encrypt on Twitter: “Let’s Encrypt wildcard certificates and ACMEv2 are available today! More information can be found here: https://t.co/0SdH98Oabn”
The Responsible Communication Style Guide is headed back to the printers!
When we sold out of print copies of The Responsible Communication Style Guide last fall, we promised to do another print run in early 2018. We’re happy to announce that we’re ready.
If you’ve been waiting to pick up a printed book (or enough for the rest of the office so they stop filching your copy), this is your chance. Order now!
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