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<p>Nous parlons de plus en plus de « numérique » en substantivant un adjectif qui – initialement – comporte une signification technique précise et qui devient désormais davantage un phénomène culturel qu’une notion liée à des outils technologiques particuliers. Cette universalisation du numérique nous permet de comprendre des changements qui affectent l’ensemble de notre société et notre façon de penser, comme l’a bien expliqué notamment Milad Doueihi par son concept de <a href="https://via.hypothes.is/http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674055247">« culture numérique »</a>.</p>
<p>Mais il y demeure un problème majeur au sein de cet usage : nous avons de plus en plus tendance à penser « le numérique » comme un phénomène uniforme et homogène (sur ce sujet, il est intéressant de lire le débat entre <a href="https://via.hypothes.is/https://newrepublic.com/article/112336/future-perfects-steven-johnson-evgeny-morozov-debate-social-media">Morozov et Johnson</a>) alors que, en toute évidence, il ne l’est pas. « Le » numérique n’existe pas en tant que tel. Il y existe de nombreuses pratiques, usages, outils et environnements différents, chacun fondé sur des principes particuliers, chacun promouvant des valeurs spécifiques et entraînant des conséquences caractéristiques.</p>
<p>Le fait de penser « le numérique » comme un tout nous amène souvent à exprimer des jugements de valeur qui font abstraction des caractéristiques propres à des outils ou pratiques distincts : inévitablement donc, le jugement se radicalise, s’uniformise, se généralise en perdant tout son sens et sa cohérence vis-à-vis du particulier. « Le numérique » devient ainsi tantôt synonyme d’émancipation et de liberté, tantôt synonyme de contrôle et d’assujettissement : en somme, le numérique est bien ou le numérique est mal. D’un côté les technoptimistes, de l’autre les technophobes.</p>
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<li>Ces actions publiques doivent être accompagnées par une véritable démarche de sensibilisation à ces enjeux et un investissant important en formation. L’éducation doit être au fondement pour rendre libres les utilisateurs de demain.</li>
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<p>« Le numérique » n’existe pas comme phénomène uniforme. Il y a dans les pratiques et les technologies des univers différents et parfois même opposés. Nous devons en être conscients et agir de conséquence. Il faut lutter pour que le monde ne se réduise pas à la propriété d’une poignée d’entreprises.</p></p>
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<p align="JUSTIFY"><strong>COVID-19, l’ami des dominants : un texte écrit par <a href="http://www.ardeur.net/nos-coordonnees/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">l’équipe de L’ardeur</a>, association d’éducation populaire politique</strong></p>

<p align="JUSTIFY">Pour ce gouvernement anti-populaire, engagé dans une politique de destruction de la protection sociale et de répression policière des colères, des mobilisations et des insurrections qui en découlent, le COVID-19 permet de réaliser plusieurs tests en grandeur nature :</p>

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<p align="JUSTIFY">Comme Ambroise Croizat et ses co-détenus au bagne de « Maison carrée » à Alger préparèrent un plan complet de sécurité sociale, mettrons-nous à profit cette période pour réfléchir aux revendications à porter dès la fin de la période de confinement ? Parmi celles-ci, une reconstruction de la sécurité sociale dans ses structures révolutionnaires de 1946, en revenant non seulement sur les exonérations de cotisations patronales, mais en revendiquant leur augmentation. Car c’est bien l’augmentation de ces cotisations qui permit à la sécurité sociale de subventionner la mise en place des Centres hospitaliers universitaires (CHU) au début de années 1960, transformant des mouroirs en usines de santé. Des plans de nationalisation de l’industrie pharmaceutique et de la recherche scientifique seraient également des revendications incontournables. Profiter de cette épidémie pour obtenir la reconquête de droits précédemment conquis représenterait en quelque sorte un renversement de la « stratégie du choc ».</p>

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<p>We tend to think of open source as a community, even as an altruistic endeavor. But sometimes a project can be “aggressively open source,” as <a href="https://datasette.readthedocs.io/en/stable/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Datasette</a> founder <a href="https://twitter.com/simonw" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Simon Willison</a> puts it, for a bunch of “very selfish reasons.” Willison has written a great deal of open source (e.g., co-creator of <a href="https://www.djangoproject.com/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Django</a>) and proprietary (e.g., co-founder of <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lanyrd" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Lanyrd</a>) software in his career, but says he turns to open source as a “creative outlet” that lets him retain a measure of independence, even as full-time employment may constrain it.</p>
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<p>We tend to think of open source as a community, even as an altruistic endeavor. But sometimes a project can be “aggressively open source,” as <a href="https://datasette.readthedocs.io/en/stable/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Datasette</a> founder <a href="https://twitter.com/simonw" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Simon Willison</a> puts it, for a bunch of “very selfish reasons.” Willison has written a great deal of open source (e.g., co-creator of <a href="https://www.djangoproject.com/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Django</a>) and proprietary (e.g., co-founder of <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lanyrd" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Lanyrd</a>) software in his career, but says he turns to open source as a “creative outlet” that lets him retain a measure of independence, even as full-time employment may constrain it.</p>

<p>You heard that right: Open source doesn’t always need to save the world. It’s enough if it saves an individual developer’s sanity.</p>

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<p>A moment of truth now looms for Willison. For the past year, he’s been a <a href="https://jsk.stanford.edu/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">John S. Knight Journalism Fellow</a> at Stanford University, getting paid to tinker with his Datasette dream. His current thought is to do freelance development using Datasette to solve interesting problems related to data journalism for a variety of organizations, which he says could be a great way to figure out what the software should do.</p>

<p>Are you interested in helping Willison shape the future of data journalism? Visit the <a href="https://datasette.readthedocs.io/en/stable/" class="ext-link" rel="external ">Datasette page</a> to contribute code, thoughts, documentation, and more.</p>
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<p><strong>Par Johan Norberg, depuis la Suède.</strong></p>

<p>Je m’appelle Johan Norberg et mon pays, la Suède, fait soudainement l’objet de toutes les attentions durant cette <a href="https://www.contrepoints.org/2020/04/27/370038-apres-la-pandemie-il-nous-faut-un-monde-plus-libre" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">pandémie</a>. Dans un monde qui ferme ses frontières et confine ses sociétés, nous avons fait les choses différemment. La Suède semble désormais être la dernière société ouverte. Certains pensent que nous sommes fous tandis que d’autres considèrent que nous disposons de la sagesse intellectuelle nécessaire pour faire confiance à la science, même dans les moments difficiles.</p>

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<p>Nous avons besoin d’expérimentations. Et ce n’est pas la Suède qui expérimente ici. Ce sont les autres. Nous n’avons jamais paralysé des sociétés et des économies à ce point et il nous faudra beaucoup de temps avant de comprendre les effets d’une action aussi radicale.</p>

<p>Je pense que tout le monde, et surtout tous ceux qui, dans le monde entier, ont opté pour une approche assez agressive, devraient être heureux que la Suède ait emprunté une autre voie.</p>
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<p>About three weeks into the new year, I figured out that my personal internet was too loud. By “personal internet,” I mean my regular round of Twitter, websites and other social media. I don’t consume as much online as some people do, or even as much as I used to myself, and for a long time, this had me convinced that my time on the internet was harmless and not worth examining. Until I did examine it. And ended up taking a month’s vacation from much of it.</p>
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<p>About three weeks into the new year, I figured out that my personal internet was too loud. By “personal internet,” I mean my regular round of Twitter, websites and other social media. I don’t consume as much online as some people do, or even as much as I used to myself, and for a long time, this had me convinced that my time on the internet was harmless and not worth examining. Until I did examine it. And ended up taking a month’s vacation from much of it.</p>

<p>As someone who has long worked in the tech industry and was an early adopter of every form of social media, I’ve had to spend the past few years scaling back my internet usage. I first hit a wall with Twitter about five years ago; I subsequently unfollowed everyone and slowly, judiciously re-followed. About two years ago, I cleared out my Tumblr and logged out of my account. I gave up on Facebook and deactivated my account; after a year of not missing it much, I finally permanently deleted my account. I kept Instagram, but had no compunctions about dropping any account that bothered me in the least and filled my feed with pets. I’m not much attached to my phone, but I took steps to make sure I was actively de-tethered from it, such as buying an actual alarm clock so I can keep my phone on my desk at night. I also started to pay better attention to issues of security: I took several years’ worth of early social media posts offline and audited my internet properties to make sure everything out there was something I wanted to be out there.</p>

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<p>I realize none of this is a revelation. We know by now that too much internet, one way or another, is not healthy for us, and that the internet as it is now is riddled with more pitfalls than opportunities. It took longer for me, who came of age in the age of glorious internet optimism, to admit it. It has taken even longer for me to figure out how to deal with it.</p>

<p>I can’t do much to change the situation on a large scale. But this is what I will do. I will limit my internet intake and pay attention when it starts making me irritable or depressed. I will be deliberate in the messages I put out on the internet. When I write my email newsletters, I’ll mean them. I’ll post my own thoughts on my own website, whether or not anyone takes the time to read them. And I’ll keep believing in this imperfect tool as a way to connect with other people, open their communication and expand their world. Sometimes, I will have to take breaks. But it’s not because I hate the internet. It’s because that’s the only way to keep believing in it.</p>
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<p>I’ve been struggling with file sync solutions <a href="https://tonsky.livejournal.com/323469.html">for years</a>. In the beginning, Dropbox was great, but in the last few years, they started to bloat up. I moved to iCloud, but it was even worse. Finally, a few days ago, after iCloud <a href="https://twitter.com/nikitonsky/status/1269741673715810304">cryptically broke again</a>, I decided it’s time to try something different.</p>
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<p>I tried <a href="https://syncthing.net/">Syncthing</a>, a free and open-source alternative. And you know what? It’s been liberating. The sanity, the simplicity, the reliability, the features. It brings the joy of use and makes you believe <a href="https://tonsky.me/blog/good-times-weak-men/">the collapse of civilization</a> can be slowed down a bit.</p>

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<p>Syncthing has reminded me how great computers can be if they are not made by corporations. It’s simple, predictable, sane, acts no-nonsense. You can configure it however you like and it always keeps you in control. It’s a pure function and it’s good at that. It’s free and open-source, but I’m much more happy to donate them €10/month than e.g. Dropbox. I would be a much happier person if at least half of the programs on my Mac/iPhone were like that.</p>
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<div class="steps"><section class="intro-section"><div><p>Il y a trois décennies, un projet de développement immobilier et d’agrandissement de terrain de golf déclenchait un conflit d’ampleur nationale voué à transformer les relations entre les Autochtones, les gouvernements et le reste de la société. Retour en cartes, en photos et en dates sur la crise d’Oka.</p><address><p class="date">9 juillet 2020</p></address></div></section>
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<div class="steps"><section class="intro-section"><div><p>Il y a trois décennies, un projet de développement immobilier et d’agrandissement de terrain de golf déclenchait un conflit d’ampleur nationale voué à transformer les relations entre les Autochtones, les gouvernements et le reste de la société. Retour en cartes, en photos et en dates sur la crise d’Oka.</p><address><p class="date">9 juillet 2020</p></address></div></section>
<section><p>À la confluence de la rivière des Outaouais et du lac des Deux-Montagnes, à l’ouest de l’île de Montréal, se trouve le territoire mohawk de Kanesatake.</p></section>
<section><p>Ce territoire n’est pas officiellement une réserve indienne, mais plutôt d’établissement indien. Par le passé, cela a facilité la vente de parcelles de terre utilisées en pratique par la communauté. Certaines portions de Kanesatake sont enclavées dans le village voisin d’Oka.</p></section>
<section><p>En 1989, des promoteurs proposent d’agrandir le golf d’Oka et de construire une soixantaine d’habitations luxueuses. Constituées d’une pinède et d’une forêt mixte, les terres visées par les promoteurs ont une grande importance historique pour les Mohawks. Juste à côté du golf se trouve un cimetière autochtone.</p><p>Dans les années 1940, le gouvernement fédéral avait vendu ces mêmes terres à la municipalité d’Oka. En 1990, Ottawa envisageait toutefois de les racheter afin de les céder aux Mohawks, qui en revendiquent la possession.</p></section>
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<section><p><span class="title-date">26 septembre</span> La crise d’Oka prend fin dans la plus grande confusion.</p><p>Une cinquantaine de Warriors, de femmes et d’enfants, de même qu’une dizaine de journalistes quittent le centre de désintoxication à la suite de la conclusion d’une entente avec l’armée. Après la sortie de leur repaire assiégé, des femmes et des enfants tentent de se disperser, mais les militaires les en empêchent. Lors de ces escarmouches, un véhicule passe près d’écraser une femme et son enfant. Des coups de poing sont échangés avec les Warriors. Les personnes arrêtées sont acheminées vers la prison de Farnham, en Montérégie.</p><figure><img alt="Arrestation" src="https://www.ledevoir.com/documents/special/2020-07-09-crise-oka-jour-par-jour/assets/img/archives/CP2762658-01.jpeg"/><figcaption>Après avoir tenté de s’enfuir, deux sœurs sont arrêtées par un soldat, le 26 septembre. <span class="ref">Photo: Archives La Presse canadienne</span></figcaption></figure></section>
<section><p>Une quarantaine d’activistes autochtones ont finalement été accusés d’entrave au travail d’agents de la paix, de participation à une émeute et de port d’armes dans le but d’en faire un usage dangereux pour la paix publique.</p><p>Près de deux ans après les événements, le 3 juillet 1992, un jury rend un verdict de non-culpabilité.</p></section></div>
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<p>Here is a disconnected, rambling list of thoughts spurred by reviewing the passing year.</p>

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<p class="css-1npvhc5 e1wiw3jv0">A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and “might lead to a dystopian future or something,” a backer says.</p>
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<p class="css-exrw3m evys1bk0">Then Mr. Ton-That — an Australian techie and onetime model — did something momentous: He invented a tool that could end your ability to walk down the street anonymously, and provided it to hundreds of law enforcement agencies, ranging from local cops in Florida to the F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security.</p>
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<p>NEW YORK (Reuters) - TerraPower LLC, a nuclear energy venture chaired by Microsoft Corp co-founder Bill Gates, is seeking a new partner for early-stage trials of its technology after new U.S. rules forced it to abandon an agreement with China, company officials told the Wall Street Journal. </p>
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<p>NEW YORK (Reuters) - TerraPower LLC, a nuclear energy venture chaired by Microsoft Corp co-founder Bill Gates, is seeking a new partner for early-stage trials of its technology after new U.S. rules forced it to abandon an agreement with China, company officials told the Wall Street Journal. </p>

<p>TerraPower reached an agreement with state-owned China National Nuclear Corp in 2017 to build an experimental nuclear reactor south of Beijing. But Gates wrote in an essay published late last week that TerraPower is unlikely to follow through on its plans in the face of new U.S. restrictions on technology deals with China. </p>

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<p><em>[W]e find that we endogenously produce our incapacity to even try, grow sick and depressed and motionless under all the merciless and circulatory conditions of all the capitalist yes and just can’t, even if we thought we really wanted to.</em></p>

<p>— <em>Anne Boyer, </em>A Handbook of Disappointed Fate</p>

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<p><a href="/contributor/mikkel-krause-frantzen/"><em>Mikkel Krause Frantzen holds a PhD from the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, and is currently postdoctoral fellow at University of Aalborg, Denmark. He is the author of </em>Going Nowhere, Slow — The Aesthetics and Politics of Depression<em> (Zero Books, 2019).</em></a></p>
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<strong>Every minute of every day,</strong> everywhere on the planet, dozens of companies — largely unregulated, little scrutinized — are logging the movements of tens of millions of people with mobile phones and storing the information in gigantic data files. The Times <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/privacy-project">Privacy Project</a> obtained one such file, by far the largest and most sensitive ever to be reviewed by journalists. It holds more than 50 billion location pings from the phones of more than 12 million Americans as they moved through several major cities, including Washington, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
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Until then, one thing is certain: We are living in the world’s most advanced surveillance system. This system wasn’t created deliberately. It was built through the interplay of technological advance and the profit motive. It was built to make money. The greatest trick technology companies ever played was persuading society to surveil itself.
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<p>Our sources report that the underlying reason behind the impressive tech demo for Unreal Engine 5  by Epic Games is to ridicule web developers. </p>

<p>According to the Washington Post, the tech demo includes a new dynamic lighting system and a rendering approach with a much higher geometric detail for both shapes and textures. For example, a single statue in the demo can be rendered with 33 million triangles, giving it a truly unprecedented level of detail and visual density.</p>

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<p>"We are disappointed with our colleagues," says the head of Web Developers Union Peter Eanline. "Both 3D game- and web-development have fundamental problems to overcome. Sure, they work hard computing millions of states in real-time by applying linear algebra and physics while maintaining up to 60fps of 4k video output. But at the same time we expect them to acknowledge equally challenging tasks like highlighting dozens of lines of code with 16 <em>different</em> colors, or remembering the scroll position after user closes an absolutely-positioned div, or deciding whether to inject CSS via JS or scale up the static assets cluster with Kubernetes."</p>

<p>The Web Developers Union members created an online petition to bring this potentially hostile decision of Epic Games to public light. The petition website is scheduled to go live in July 2020 (in approx. 43 days), as soon as the Node packages updating process is expected to finish.</p>
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<p>So, you want to rename a branch on Git/GitHub. The most common case of this is
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<p>It’s been fascinating to see how television programmes have adapted to The Situation. It’s like there’s been a weird inversion with the YouTube asthetic. Instead of YouTubers doing their utmost to emulate the look of professional television, now everyone on professional television looks like a YouTuber.</p>
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<p>It’s been fascinating to see how television programmes have adapted to The Situation. It’s like there’s been a weird inversion with the YouTube asthetic. Instead of YouTubers doing their utmost to emulate the look of professional television, now everyone on professional television looks like a YouTuber.</p>

<p>No more lighting or audio technicians. No more studio audiences. Heck, no more studios.</p>

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<p>Hope springs eternal.</p>

<p><strong>Update</strong>: Matthew has written about his process in <a href="http://dracos.co.uk/wrote/coronavirus-dashboard/">Looking at coronavirus.data.gov.uk</a>.</p>
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<h3>Digital Exhaustion</h3>

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<p>That’s it for this time, it’s the reason why the <a href="https://wdrl.info/">WDRL</a> is currently on hold for the first time ever but I’m very sure it’ll come back soon again with a new writing. It’s the reason why it took me a week to see this nice <a href="https://twitter.com/mxstbr/status/1255053482178097153">Twitter notification</a> and <a href="https://helloanselm.com/writings/open-source-can-be-a-career-path">video by Max Stoiber</a>.</p>

<p>Stay sane, stay healthy, reflect your thoughts and stay positive. Hear you soon!</p>
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<p>My blog is not my notebook, and it’s not my marketing platform.</p>
<p>My blog is my laboratory workbench where I go through the ideas and paragraphs I’ve picked up along my way, and I twist them and turn them and I see if they fit together. I do that by narrating my way between them. And if they do fit, I try to add another piece, and then another. Writing a post is a process of experimental construction.</p>
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<p id="9dbb" class="fj fk ct bk fl b fm fn fo fp fq fr fs ft fu fv fw cl">J’aurais aimé ne pas avoir à faire ce post. J’aurais aimé oublier toute cette histoire. Ça fait 10 ans que je vis avec, et je n’en peux plus.</p>

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<p id="8665" class="fj fk ct bk fl b fm fn fo fp fq fr fs ft fu fv fw cl">Et mes trois derniers mots seront : <strong class="fl fx">NE HARCELEZ PAS.</strong></p>

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<p class="lead">In big cultural concepts like music or fashion, things have a way of coming around full circle. I'm pretty sure someday grunge will come back as a hot new sample, and at some point our kids might think frosted hair tips are totally cool.</p>
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<p>When I look at some of the trends on the web today, I wonder if we’re at that point yet. I wonder if we’re ready to revisit some of the ideas of the early web again.</p>

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<h2 id="h-smaller-communities-and-web-monetization"><a class="heading-anchor" href="#h-smaller-communities-and-web-monetization">#</a> Smaller Communities and Web Monetization</h2><p>Many independent creators are moving away from big “everyone’s on them” platforms back to private, more niche communities. New models for membership sites like <a href="https://ghost.org/members/">Ghost’s “Members”</a> feature enable creators to build communities on their content. People teach courses, self-publish books or provide APIs for specific topics.</p><p>Where the 90s had chatrooms and message boards, today there are tools like <a href="https://discord.com/">Discord</a> or <a href="https://www.twitch.tv/">Twitch</a> that help people with shared interests to connect with each other. These niche communities can then be a powerful userbase for independent businesses.</p><p>Of course the problem of monetization has existed from the very start of the web, and it’s still not easy today to earn money without splattering ads everywhere. But new standards like the <a href="https://webmonetization.org/">Web Monetization API</a> could be a very interesting solution, enabling creators to <a href="https://coil.com/">receive micro-payments</a> for their content.</p>
<h2 id="h-learning-from-the-past"><a class="heading-anchor" href="#h-learning-from-the-past">#</a> Learning from the Past</h2><p>I don’t know if all of these trends will really play out, or if we’re up for something completely different. I do think it’s a good idea to learn from the past though, because that is what keeps us moving forward.</p><p>So maybe the second 90s can be even better than the first. At least we’re done with NSYNC this time.</p></p>
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<blockquote><p>Les vieilles villes de province ont des lisières délabrées. On voit s’y installer des gens tout droits sortis de la nature. Voici qu’apparaît un homme au visage incisif, émacié jusqu’à la tristesse, qui peut tout réparer, tout ajuster, mais dont la vie, jusqu’ici, fut mal ajustée. Pas d’objet fabriqué, depuis la poêle jusqu’au réveille-matin, qui, en son temps, ait échappé aux mains de cet homme. — Tchevengour - Andreï Platonov, urn:isbn:978-2221081440</p>
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<p>Let’s oversimplify for a bit to help get down some goals for the site redesign.</p>
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<li><strong>Feeling of lightness</strong>: Simple design, clear patterns, shallow hierarchy. As little javascript as possible, preferably none. Clear markup, no junk. The inside of the site looks like the outside.</li>
<li><strong>Whim</strong>: Achieve all of the above without being austere or over-serious. Have some fun. Smile a bit. No black turtleneck design.</li>
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<p>Google has recently notified Google Photos users that due to a "technical issue," in Google Photos, some users' private videos were "incorrectly exported to unrelated users' archives," <a href="https://9to5google.com/2020/02/03/google-photos-video-strangers/" target="_blank">9to5Google</a> reported Monday. </p>

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<p>The number of users who used Google Takeout to download their data in that five-day period is relatively small; Google told 9to5Google that only 0.01 percent of Photos users attempting Takeouts were affected. Still, with Google Photos being near omnipresent on Android phones — Google <a href="https://9to5google.com/2019/07/24/google-photos-billion-users/" target="_blank">said</a> it had over a billion users last July — even that number isn't negligible. </p>

<p>Google says the issue is fixed and that it "conducted an in-depth analysis to help prevent this from ever happening again." Affected users were notified of the glitch, together with an apology from Google, and a suggestion to "perform another export of your content and delete your prior export at this time."</p>
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<p>In 1960, Ted Nelson envisioned a&nbsp;web of documents.</p>

<p>It was called <a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Xanadu'>Xanadu</a>. It was a&nbsp;grand, holistic vision: of documents that, once published, are available basically forever; of bidirectional links that could glue together not just documents, but parts thereof; of managing copyright and royalties. It was complex. And it never really came to&nbsp;fruition.</p>

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<p>I&nbsp;don’t dare dream that it ever will. My intent in this article is to&nbsp;provide food for thought. All I&nbsp;ask from you, my reader, is consideration and attention. And if you got this far, chances are I&nbsp;got them. I’m grateful.</p>

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<p><b>La loi « contre la haine » s’est transformée en loi sécuritaire au nom de la lutte « anti-terroriste ». Ce bouleversement a été acté hier à 22h30, par un <a href="http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/dyn/15/amendements/2583/AN/161">amendement</a> de dernière minute proposé par le gouvernement et adopté par les députés serviles de l’Assemblée nationale. Ce coup de force du gouvernement, imposé in extremis, est une nouvelle démonstration d’anti-parlementarisme. L’honneur des députés exige qu’ils rejettent la loi dans son ensemble</b>.</p>
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<p><b>La loi « contre la haine » s’est transformée en loi sécuritaire au nom de la lutte « anti-terroriste ». Ce bouleversement a été acté hier à 22h30, par un <a href="http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/dyn/15/amendements/2583/AN/161">amendement</a> de dernière minute proposé par le gouvernement et adopté par les députés serviles de l’Assemblée nationale. Ce coup de force du gouvernement, imposé in extremis, est une nouvelle démonstration d’anti-parlementarisme. L’honneur des députés exige qu’ils rejettent la loi dans son ensemble</b>.</p>

<p>Alors que la loi exigeait initialement de retirer les contenus illicites en 24 heures, elle impose désormais aux plateformes de retirer en <b>une heure</b> les contenus que la police lui signalera comme relevant du terrorisme ou d’abus sur mineurs. <b>La police décidera seule</b> des contenus relevant du terrorisme – sans le contrôle d’un juge. On l’a déjà vu abuser illégalement de ce pouvoir pour qualifier des propos militants de « terroristes » afin de les faire censurer – la justice avait alors attendu plus d’une année pour <a href="https://www.nextinpact.com/news/107570-blocage-administratif-personnalite-qualifiee-cnil-fait-plier-oclctic-devant-justice.htm">dénoncer</a> ces abus de la police.</p>

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<p>Si les députés ont encore un semblant de respect pour leurs fonctions démocratiques, ils doivent s’opposer à cette proposition de loi. Au moins du fait que le gouvernement a entièrement nié et insulté celles-ci hier. Et du fait, aussi, que le gouvernement a manipulé diverses volontés et associations luttant contre la haine afin de dévoyer au final la loi vers ses objectifs purement sécuritaires.</p>

<p><b>Formellement, l’Assemblée nationale doit encore décider d’adopter ou non cette proposition de loi dans son ensemble aujourd’hui. Tout député ne qui ne votera pas contre cette loi actera que le gouvernement l’a démis de ses fonctions.</b></p>
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<p>Below you'll find a collection of general principles we try to keep in mind at Basecamp when communicating with teammates, within departments, across the company, and with the public. They aren't requirements, but they serve to create boundaries and shared practices to draw upon when we do the one thing that affects everything else we do: communicate.</p>

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<h3>Anything else?</h3>

<p>We hope this guide was useful, but we're sure we're missing something. What questions do you still have? What did you hope to learn that you didn't? Was anything more confusing than clarifying? What would have made this guide more helpful? It's a work in progress, and we'll update as necessary based on your feedback. Please send questions, suggestions, and thoughts directly to the author, Jason Fried, at <a href="mailto:jason@basecamp.com">jason@basecamp.com</a>. Thanks!</p>
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<p>I <a href="https://timkadlec.com/remembers/2020-01-02-making-the-right-thing-easy/">recently wrote about how important it is to make the right thing easy</a>. The opposite is also true: it’s important to make the wrong things difficult. I did allude to it in that post a little bit, but I thought it was worth calling out explicitly. It’s important to introduce some friction in our workflow to help prevent the wrong actions.</p>
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<p>I <a href="https://timkadlec.com/remembers/2020-01-02-making-the-right-thing-easy/">recently wrote about how important it is to make the right thing easy</a>. The opposite is also true: it’s important to make the wrong things difficult. I did allude to it in that post a little bit, but I thought it was worth calling out explicitly. It’s important to introduce some friction in our workflow to help prevent the wrong actions.</p>

<p>Continuing on the health-related analogies, friction is a big part of how I manage my sweet tooth. I work by myself in a small office. Nothing is preventing me from constantly snacking on a bunch of sweets, and <em>wow</em> would I ever love to. I’m a sucker for just about anything with sugar.</p>

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<p>Healthy friction in our processes, paired with automation and reporting where appropriate, can have a substantial impact on what we ship. When we force ourselves to take these moments to consider the implications of what we’re about to add to our codebase, when we make it hard to add more bloat to our applications by default, we not only change the way we build, but we change the way we <em>think</em> about building. It’s the observer effect applied to the way we code.</p>

<p>When we have to consider the weight of every module we add to our project (or which vulnerabilities are included or what accessibility concerns they bring along), we start to inherently pay a little more attention to at least a part of performance every single day. It won’t magically fix all our performance woes by itself, but it certainly gets us pointed in the right direction.</p>
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<p class="css-exrw3m evys1bk0">The New York Daily News <a class="css-1g7m0tk" href="https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/ny-google-darker-skin-tones-facial-recognition-pixel-20191002-5vxpgowknffnvbmy5eg7epsf34-story.html" title="" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">reported on Wednesday</a> that a staffing agency hired by Google had sent its contractors to numerous American cities to target black people for facial scans. One unnamed former worker told the newspaper that in Atlanta, the effort included finding those who were homeless because they were less likely to speak to the media.</p>

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<p>As the United States enters a pandemic summer, with more than 100,000 Americans already dead, and as tear gas engulfed Minneapolis last night, following protests after yet another killing of a black man by a police officer, the president tweeted that the “shooting starts” when the “looting starts.” The tweet echoed <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/where-does-phrase-when-looting-starts-shooting-starts-come-n1217676">a historic line</a> uttered by a police chief in Miami in 1967 during the civil-rights unrest that was <a href="https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-quotes-cop-sparked-race-riot-tweet-2020-">also widely condemned </a>at the time. Twitter <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/29/technology/trump-twitter-minneapolis-george-floyd.html">hid</a> that tweet behind a message saying that it was “glorifying violence”—a violation of the site’s terms of service—though users could still choose to view it by clicking through. All of this was an escalation of the seeming conflict between the president and Twitter: Just two days ago, the social-media company added a fact-check link to one of Donald Trump’s tweets for the first time. The president responded by issuing an <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-preventing-online-censorship/">executive order</a> that is getting a lot of attention, but not the right kind.</p>
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<p>As the United States enters a pandemic summer, with more than 100,000 Americans already dead, and as tear gas engulfed Minneapolis last night, following protests after yet another killing of a black man by a police officer, the president tweeted that the “shooting starts” when the “looting starts.” The tweet echoed <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/where-does-phrase-when-looting-starts-shooting-starts-come-n1217676">a historic line</a> uttered by a police chief in Miami in 1967 during the civil-rights unrest that was <a href="https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-quotes-cop-sparked-race-riot-tweet-2020-">also widely condemned </a>at the time. Twitter <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/29/technology/trump-twitter-minneapolis-george-floyd.html">hid</a> that tweet behind a message saying that it was “glorifying violence”—a violation of the site’s terms of service—though users could still choose to view it by clicking through. All of this was an escalation of the seeming conflict between the president and Twitter: Just two days ago, the social-media company added a fact-check link to one of Donald Trump’s tweets for the first time. The president responded by issuing an <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-preventing-online-censorship/">executive order</a> that is getting a lot of attention, but not the right kind.</p>

<p>The president’s order targets Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which confers immunity to internet companies for content they host but is generated by their users—something without which they could not operate as they now do. We’ve already seen a flood of lengthy commentaries and expert analyses of the legislative basis of the order. Legal experts have derided it as “<a href="https://www.law.com/nationallawjournal/2020/05/28/unlawful-and-unenforceable-legal-experts-deride-trumps-attempt-to-target-social-media-companies/?slreturn=20200429065824">unlawful and unenforceable</a>.” A <em>Vice News</em> headline worried that it could “<a href="https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/935yz3/donald-trump-executive-order-twitter-social-media?utm_content=1590674057">ruin the internet</a>.” And a senior legislative counsel at the ACLU <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/28/us/politics/trump-jack-dorsey.html">pointed out that</a> “ironically, Donald Trump is a big beneficiary of Section 230”—because it gives him unfettered access to the public through social media. A <em>New York Times</em> analysis similarly said that the order could “<a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/28/us/politics/trump-jack-dorsey.html">harm one person in particular”</a>: the president. </p>

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<p>This is all a win for the president, who can dredge up old tweets by Silicon Valley engineers that express disdain for him or for his followers, and have us focused on whether Silicon Valley is biased against conservatives and the right-wing information ecology because of its employees without examining the business model and the financial basis that makes it extra-friendly to them.</p>

<p>There are already widespread news reports of how Trump is trying to “<a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/05/28/trump-social-media-executive-order/">punish</a>” Twitter or Facebook. In reality, the former has given him an unfettered megaphone with no friction for years—only recently adding an extra click to one of his tweets—and the latter surely welcomes the <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/05/21/us/politics/trump-2020-facebook-ads.html">millions</a> his campaign will spend on the forthcoming election. Facebook is also likely to continue algorithmically amplifying divisive, polarizing, or dubious content. Again and again, people tend to underestimate this president, whose grammar and punctuation may leave something to be desired but whose political instincts are keen. What else can you call his ability—in the middle of this summer of pandemic and as a major American city erupts in anger against yet another police killing—to have so many newspapers, analysts, and nongovernmental organizations spend so much time doing close readings of an executive order to assess its legality, coherence, or potential for becoming a law, as if any of that matters an iota. In the meantime, Trump remains focused on the only thing that matters: keeping Facebook in line until November 3, 2020.</p>
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<p><span class="drop-cap"><span class="drop-cap__inner">I</span></span>t was early summer, and I was on the verge of turning 40. I found myself entertaining a recurring daydream of escaping from time. I would be hustling my son out the door to get him to school, or walking briskly to work on the day of a deadline, or castigating myself for being online when I should have been methodically and efficiently putting words on paper, and I would have this vision of myself as a character in a video game discovering a secret level. This vision was informed by the platform games I loved as a child – Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog and so on – in which the character you controlled moved across the screen from left to right through a scrolling landscape, encountering obstacles and adversaries as you progressed to the end of the level. In this daydream, I would see myself pushing against a wall or lowering myself down the yawning mouth of a pipe, and thereby discovering this secret level, this hidden chamber where I could exist for a time outside of time, where the clock was not forever running down to zero.</p>
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<p><span class="drop-cap"><span class="drop-cap__inner">I</span></span>t was early summer, and I was on the verge of turning 40. I found myself entertaining a recurring daydream of escaping from time. I would be hustling my son out the door to get him to school, or walking briskly to work on the day of a deadline, or castigating myself for being online when I should have been methodically and efficiently putting words on paper, and I would have this vision of myself as a character in a video game discovering a secret level. This vision was informed by the platform games I loved as a child – Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog and so on – in which the character you controlled moved across the screen from left to right through a scrolling landscape, encountering obstacles and adversaries as you progressed to the end of the level. In this daydream, I would see myself pushing against a wall or lowering myself down the yawning mouth of a pipe, and thereby discovering this secret level, this hidden chamber where I could exist for a time outside of time, where the clock was not forever running down to zero.</p>

<p>My relationship with time had always been characterised by a certain baleful anxiety, but as I approached the start of the decade in which I would have no choice but to think of myself as middle-aged, this anxiety intensified. I was always in the middle of some calculation or quantification with respect to time, and such thoughts were always predicated on an understanding of it as a precious and limited resource. What time was it right now? How much time was left for me to do the thing I was doing, and when would I have to stop doing it to do the next thing?</p>

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<p>You would have thought that I’d have been more or less done with looking at the river by now, but in fact I was eager to get stuck into it again after the long night-time hours of not looking at the river. In terms of the diversions that were presently available to me, looking at the river was the hottest ticket in town. And so I sat there at the edge of my little circle on the riverbank and binge-watched the river. There is, it turns out, a lot going on at any one time in a river, especially if you’ve got nothing else to be looking at.</p>
<p>There were birds coming and going all the time, skimming low over the water and landing on the banks. There was the occasional ambiguous shape flitting on the periphery of my vision that may well have been some kind of leaping fish. I attended in particular to a bit of river directly in front of me where the water plunged low into a sort of miniature waterfall, immediately after which it appeared to run backward into itself, a phenomenon I couldn’t begin to try to account for, but for which the most likely culprit seemed to be gravity. I stared at this spectacle for so long that a kind of optical illusion began to assert itself, whereby when I glanced up at the opposite bank, the long grass and drooping ferns seemed themselves to be engaged in sympathetic movements, swirling impossibly before my eyes. It could have been the effect of hours of meditative inactivity, or it could just have been hunger, but there was something mildly trippy about the experience.</p>
<p>Around noon, I heard a gently insistent bird call coming from a little way upriver. I turned toward it, and saw Roberts standing not far off with his back against a tree trunk, making an owl sound with his hands cupped to his mouth. I gathered my things, and we walked in silence out of the forest, him keeping several paces behind me. This seemed both entirely deliberate and entirely natural, and its effect was to preserve a measure of my solitude as I gradually emerged from the circle, out of the secret level and back into time.</p></p>
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<p>Working on many projects across multiple identities can be difficult to manage. This is a procedure for leveraging git aliases to set an identity at the project level for any project with support for GPG-based commit signing.</p>

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<p>I don't know how I thought the world would look like 10 years ago, but a
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<p> Artist Simon Wreckert walked the streets of Berlin tugging a red wagon behind him. Wherever he went, Google Maps showed a congested traffic jam. People using Google Maps would see a thick red line indicating congestion on the road, even when there was no traffic at all. Each and every one of those 99 phones had Google Maps open, giving the virtual illusion that the roads were jam packed.</p>
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<p> Artist Simon Wreckert walked the streets of Berlin tugging a red wagon behind him. Wherever he went, Google Maps showed a congested traffic jam. People using Google Maps would see a thick red line indicating congestion on the road, even when there was no traffic at all. Each and every one of those 99 phones had Google Maps open, giving the virtual illusion that the roads were jam packed.</p>

<p><p> “By transporting the smartphones in the street I’m able to generate virtual traffic which will navigate cars on another route,” Wreckert told Motherboard in a Twitter DM. “Ironically that can generate a real traffic jam somewhere else in the city.”</p>
<p>Wreckert told Motherboard that he did the hack/art installation to get people to think about the space we give to cars in public life and the data we rely on everyday. </p>
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<p> Data is not objective and the maps themselves have biases. Showing how the data can be hacked and manipulated is like pointing out the Emperor has no clothes. </p>
<p> “In this process it is pointing out the fact that we are highly focused on the data and tent to see them as objective, unambiguous, and interpretation free,” Wreckert said. “In doing so, a blindness arises against the processes that data generates and the assumption that numbers speak for themselves. Not only the collection of data provides an interpretative scope, but also computing processes allows further interpretations.” </p>
<p> “Thus data are viewed as the world itself, forgetting that the numbers are only representing a model of the world,” he said.</p></p>
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<blockquote><p>Entretien accordé à Işın Eliçin du média indépendant turc <a href="https://medyascope.tv/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Medyascope.tv</a>. Sur le propre site de <a href="https://paularbair.wordpress.com/2020/05/17/le-coronavirus-et-le-sort-de-la-civilisation-industrielle/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Paul Arbair</a>. Ouvert aux commentaires.</p></blockquote>
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<p><em><strong>Le nombre de cas confirmés de COVID-19 dans le monde s’élève désormais à près de quatre millions et demi et le nombre de décès à plus de 300.000. Tout cela s’est produit en seulement 4 mois. </strong><strong>Que vous inspirent ces chiffres, et que nous disent-ils sur le monde dans lequel nous vivons ?</strong></em></p>

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<p>Par conséquent, je voudrais bien vous dire que je vois des lumières au bout du tunnel, mais en fait je crois que nous ne faisons qu’entrer dans le tunnel… Cela ne signifie pas que tout va s’effondrer brusquement, mais que nous entrons dans une nouvelle phase de l’histoire de notre civilisation industrielle, qui est celle de son déclin. Cela ne devrait pas vraiment nous surprendre, car comme vous l’avez dit « les civilisations se développement puis s’effondrent ». En fait, toutes passent par un cycle de naissance, de développement, de croissance, de plateau, de déclin puis de chute – et c’est essentiellement ce en quoi consiste l’histoire humaine. Il est de plus en plus évident que notre civilisation industrielle actuelle n’est pas durable, et que comme tout ce qui n’est pas durable elle ne pourra pas durer. Cependant, on peut affirmer qu’aucune autre civilisation humaine complexe n’a jamais été durable – dans le sens de pouvoir être « soutenue » de façon permanente. Une civilisation humaine complexe, en fait, produit toujours elle-même les germes de son propre déclin et de sa propre disparition, et comme nous l’avons déjà vu, elle le fait à travers les mêmes processus qui sous-tendent son ascension et son succès. En d’autres termes, une civilisation humaine complexe n’est pas censée être durable, car elle ne peut pas l’être.</p>

<p>Il est bien sûr quelque peu regrettable pour nous tous d’avoir à vivre alors que notre propre civilisation – la plus grande, la plus complexe, la plus couronnée de succès mais aussi la plus insoutenable qui ait jamais existé – semble entrer dans sa phase de déclin. Pourtant, il vaut probablement mieux entrer et avancer dans le tunnel avec les yeux grands ouverts plutôt qu’avec des croyances et des attentes erronées. Du moins je l’espère. Et j’espère aussi que je me trompe sur tout ceci, bien sûr.</p>
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<p>J’ai oublié le nom de ce mec dans ma promo de fac, mais je me souviens encore nettement de ce qu’il dégageait. J’avais du mal à ne pas m’arrêter au cliché qu’il incarnait : Cheveux gras, lunettes aux verres épais, toujours en t-shirt et totalement effacé au fond des amphis – et pourtant, il irradiait de lui une assurance paisible qui était presque dérangeante. Je me rappelle surtout d’un étrange déjeuner au restau U où, se retrouvant assis face à moi et le temps de vider son plateau, il m’a déversé dans un flux ininterrompu de parole (majoritairement la bouche pleine) l’entièreté de sa raison de vivre : le transhumanisme.</p>
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<p>J’ai oublié le nom de ce mec dans ma promo de fac, mais je me souviens encore nettement de ce qu’il dégageait. J’avais du mal à ne pas m’arrêter au cliché qu’il incarnait : Cheveux gras, lunettes aux verres épais, toujours en t-shirt et totalement effacé au fond des amphis – et pourtant, il irradiait de lui une assurance paisible qui était presque dérangeante. Je me rappelle surtout d’un étrange déjeuner au restau U où, se retrouvant assis face à moi et le temps de vider son plateau, il m’a déversé dans un flux ininterrompu de parole (majoritairement la bouche pleine) l’entièreté de sa raison de vivre : le transhumanisme.</p>

<p>Je vois encore ses yeux s’illuminer d’une excitation fébrile alors qu’il m’expliquait à quel point il se réjouissait que nous connaîtrions une révolution fondamentale de l’espèce humaine de notre vivant. C’était sûr, argumentait-il, qu’on en avait fini de l’évolution naturelle tant on est désormais capable de prendre les choses en main – allongeant son discours à grands renforts d’exemples dont je ne savais s’ils étaient piochés dans des publications scientifiques ou des romans de science fiction : réalité augmentée, membres robotiques, conscience informatisée, mutations contrôlées… Tout ceci nous permettant de dépasser notre condition pour nous modifier à notre guise, voire même atteindre l’immortalité. Cela fait des années que je n’ai plus pensé à cette personne et à cette discussion, jusqu’à regarder ce documentaire dans lequel notre échange aurait pu tenir une place de choix.<br/></p>

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<p><em>The tech executive turned data justice warrior is celebrated as a truth-telling hero, but there’s something a bit too smooth about this narrative arc.</em></p>
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<p><em>The tech executive turned data justice warrior is celebrated as a truth-telling hero, but there’s something a bit too smooth about this narrative arc.</em></p>

<p>A few months ago, I was contacted by a senior executive who was about to leave a marketing firm. He got in touch because I’ve worked on the non-profit side of tech for a long time, with lots of volunteering on digital and human rights. He wanted to ‘give back’. Could I put him in touch with digital rights activists? Sure. We met for coffee and I made some introductions. It was a perfectly lovely interaction with a perfectly lovely man. Perhaps he will do some good, sharing his expertise with the people working to save democracy and our private lives from the surveillance capitalism machine of his former employers. The way I rationalized helping him was: firstly, it’s nice to be nice; and secondly, movements are made of people who start off far apart but converge on a destination. And isn’t it an unqualified good when an insider decides to do the right thing, however late?</p>

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<p>Do this only because you recognize and can say out loud that you are not ‘giving back’, you are making amends for having already taken far, far too much.</p>
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<p>Git is an incredibly useful tool for a programmer, you use it to version the work you do and distribute it easily on other computers.
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<p>Git is an incredibly useful tool for a programmer, you use it to version the work you do and distribute it easily on other computers.
But over the years, I&rsquo;ve found that a lot of my workflow depends on various configurations and helper scripts I have in my path.
So why not version those as well, it does allow you to get started in seconds in a very familiar environment on every new computer or even a server if you spend a lot of your time in SSH sessions.
Bonus points for making it a public repository so others can take a look at your stuff and possibly get inspiration for improvements in their workflow, just make sure you don&rsquo;t commit any private keys.</p>
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<p><em>EDIT:</em> As a response to this blog post others have pointed out <a href="https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/dotfiles">another viable solution</a>, or by using <a href="https://protesilaos.com/codelog/gnu-stow-dotfiles/">GNU stow</a>, or <a href="https://github.com/technicalpickles/homesick">homesick</a> or <a href="https://github.com/thoughtbot/rcm">rcm</a>.
Still, the solution presented here is the simplest to setup and understand and it does not depend on any other tool besides Git.
All in all, there are a bunch of ways to do this and a lot more resources are available <a href="https://dotfiles.github.io/">here</a>.</p>
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<p id="4883">I saw a question on Quora asking this and I started to write an answer. But it got so long that I converted into a post here.</p>
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<p id="4883">I saw a question on Quora asking this and I started to write an answer. But it got so long that I converted into a post here.</p>

<p id="87e6">Here are some changes I have noticed over the last 20 years, in random order:</p>

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<p>When I launched my <em>Explorers Club</em> <a href="https://craigmod.com/membership/">membership program</a> in January of 2019, I did so with crippling trepidation. So much trepidation that I never once announced it on Twitter or Instagram out of a certain shame. I only announced it in my newsletters, and even then, did so with considerable hemming and hawing.</p>
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<p>When I launched my <em>Explorers Club</em> <a href="https://craigmod.com/membership/">membership program</a> in January of 2019, I did so with crippling trepidation. So much trepidation that I never once announced it on Twitter or Instagram out of a certain shame. I only announced it in my newsletters, and even then, did so with considerable hemming and hawing.</p>

<p>The reasons for this were many: The program didn’t have super clear deliverables, I didn’t know if I would be able to produce anything of value (so said the tiny voice in my head), and I didn’t know if the program would provide spiritual lift or become wholly burdensome. Impostor syndrome is real!</p>

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