Tags: web-review, design, sustainability, scam, sociology, music, legal, gafam, architecture, power, supply-chain, community, amazon, complexity, blockchain, physics, culture, politics, programming, commons, team, web3, tech, debugging, tcp, static-analyzer, science, foss, 3d, craftsmanship
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-12.
Tags: amazon, gafam, design
Prime example of dark patterns in the wild (pun intended).
Tags: tech, blockchain, web3, scam
Yet another (well deserved) rant aiming at web3. The decentralized claim is indeed preposterous. I hope no one is being fooled.
Tags: tech, legal, commons, culture, music
Very interesting initiatives… I wonder what they will lead to legal wise.
Tags: tech, foss, sustainability
Now that’s an interesting idea to give back money to maintainers… can be sustainable only if enough company do this on a regular basis though.
Tags: tech, supply-chain, architecture, complexity, community
Interesting list of criteria about why you might not use some piece of tech. Also delves into why this is often not public knowledge.
Tags: tech, tcp, debugging
Interesting tip to ease the pain of dealing with HTTPs when using Wireshark.
Tags: tech, programming, craftsmanship, static-analyzer
Bunch of good advice. In a way it boils down to: name things properly and use static analysis tools extensively. Still, couple of nice operational guidelines which work in most languages.
Tags: tech, 3d
Real-time rendering is catching up fast… Even humans are being very realistic now, we’re almost out of the uncanny valley now.
Tags: team, sociology, politics, power
You think you don’t use power on others? Think again, this can be more subtle than you think. Keep it in mind, be mindful and try to use your advantages fairly.
Tags: science, physics
Exciting times ahead. I’m eager to know what it’ll help us find out.
Bye for now!