Episode 46: Well, actually, we are tracking people

This week Audrey and I chat about the new selfie feature of Google's Arts & Culture app; vaporware products, arbitrage, and other strange aspects of global eCommerce; and discuss user consent and the web browser. Enjoy! - [02:13] "This google arts and culture app is pretty amazing.": https://twitter.com/petewentz/status/952563946615025665 - [11:52] Google app that compares your face to art frustrates people of color: https://amp.businessinsider.com/google-arts-and-culture-app-frustrates-people-of-color-2018-1 - [10:03] Google's art selfies aren't available in Illinois. Here's why.: http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-google-art-selfies-20180116-story,amp.html - [13:26] Racist Sandwich podcast: http://www.racistsandwich.com/ - [15:55] The Strange Brands in Your Instagram Feed - The Atlantic: https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/550136/ - [24:06] AliExpress: https://www.aliexpress.com/ - [24:43] Oberlo: https://www.oberlo.com/ - [25:10] Shopify's Kit: https://apps.shopify.com/kit - [30:03] Does U.S. Postal Service Subsidize China-based Merchants?: https://www.practicalecommerce.com/u-s-postal-service-subsidize-china-based-merchants - [34:17] Neko Neko Sock Shop: https://nekosocks.shop/ - [36:56] The Truth About Amazon to eBay Arbitrage: http://www.webretailer.com/lean-commerce/amazon-to-ebay-arbitrage/ - [39:05] There's No Such Thing as a Free Watch (PDF): http://www.jennyodell.com/museumofcapitalism_freewatch.pdf - [39:51] Regarding Browsers: https://garbados.github.io/my-blog/browsers-are-a-mess.html - [45:46] "The year that PornHub’s analytics become data for my dissertation.": https://twitter.com/NuclearAnthro/status/953815604179255296 - [47:55] Unicorn sock gift sets – Neko Neko Sock Shop: https://nekosocks.shop/products/unicorn-socks - [55:54] Issue 9: Hard problems – The Recompiler: https://shop.recompilermag.com/collections/back-issues/products/issue-9-hard-problems Complete show notes: https://recompilermag.com/2018/01/25/episode-46-well-actually-we-are-tracking-people