Undisruptable Technology #192: how the Americans monitor the Internet - and how the Russians do | where without Windows 98 public transport is lame | how the floppy disk business is going right now | how open source home building works | when the Metaverse is coming | why LoRa is more climate-friendly than 5G | when Russia will become Dutch again.
Undisruptable Technology Issue #189 today with: Cyberattacks from Russia & China | Quantum computing on the smartphone | Why "online only" is bullshit | How soon everyone will learn math | The death of the wireless hole | tado buys cheap electricity | AI designs fashion
Root access for a tractor - I have to admit, I wasn't quite aware that modern tractors are something like rolling smartphones in the field.
A portrait that I really read with great interest. A fate, but also the story of the startup Cloudflare: The Devastating Decline of a Brilliant Young Coder
My little tech #newsletter "Undisruptable Technology" is back from the summer break. As usual, there are 10+ links to texts around digital disruptions and analog outlandishness that I enjoyed in the past days.
With this issue 187, my little tech newsletter "Undisruptable Technology" says goodbye to a short summer break. But before that, a few important questions will be answered: Is Foxconn becoming an automaker? How does #disinformation work? Is Alexa becoming a voice impersonator? And does and Facebook eavesdrop? Who's building the #metaverse? And what is Pinterest building? Why is everyone suddenly talking about Kate Bush?
Since I bought my Pixel 6 I had trouble: random reboots, lagging, forced close of apps which did not open again until I restart the phone.
Well, when I got my phone I used the Android option to use my backup - but it seems that this is not the best idea when switching from another OEM to Pixel. So I followed the advice I found in several online forums and did a factory reset and installed everything I need again by hand.
So after 48 hours it seems I got a totally new phone.
I really like it when people start to take things seriously.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
Arthur C. Clarke
"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced."
"Any technology, no matter how primitive, is magic to those who don’t understand it."
Florence Ambrose (Freefall, Stanley)
"It’s still magic even if you know how it’s done."
Undisruptable Technology #186: How #Apple is ruining the business model of #startups, why #KI has no consciousness, why P2P carrental has a chance, why the end of ownership is looming, how hackers are hacking with Google & a song for the #Crypto Boy.
Social media is better than its reputation and TikTok is creating bookworms, Apple is disrupting finance & carmakers, Paypal is moving into the crypto market, AI is driving progress & an explanation of how a browser works. These are just a few of the interesting texts my weekly tech newsletter "Undisruptable Technology" links to in #185 today.
The robots are coming - to the home, to the street and to the office. And they are writing (history). The car is going digital - and mobility is becoming (more) car-free. NFTs flop, but tokens become more important. And websites read when we type - and hackers hack our account before it exists. It's all in "Undisruptable Technology" today.
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