Episode 54: But this one involves a sheep!
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"