Sitting down to write and on the window is an insect I’d not seen before. Not a spider, just six legs. And yet, I’m more intrigued at it, than it probably is at me. The closer I get to it, the more it takes steps to move away from my gaze. Even going as far towards moving into an upper corner of the window, to a place it’s likely under more danger from birds or even other insects. For all I know, the insect was here enjoying the background music and I simply disrupted its moment to gaze quietly. It didn’t expect to have my eyes its way, and defiantly not my motions. Such an analogy to not just this week’s notable reads, but also some of how we might be processing a connected life going forward.
Here’s this week’s reads — the processing will be left up to you.
- Training the next generation of ethical techies - Ethan Zuckerman - Medium
- The Light Triad vs. Dark Triad of Personality - Scientific American Blog Network
- Barry Threw on Twitter: I went on on the @apple AR-T walk, and have thoughts. Thread…
- First Look: Snap’s Sleeker and Chicer Spectacles 3
- How Your Brain Is Like the Cosmic Web
And a few from here:
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