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Twitter Bluesky

Twitter is funding research into a decentralized version of its platform – Twitter is funding a small team of researchers to build an ‚open and decentralized standard for social media,‘ with the goal of making Twitter a client for that standard. CEO Jack Dorsey announced the news and laid out his reasoning in a tweet thread this morning, although he acknowledged that the process could take years. – The project is called Bluesky, and nobody’s working on it yet. Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal is tasked with finding a lead for the project, who will build a team of up to five people. … Decentralized social networks already exist. The best-known system is likely Mastodon… Dorsey leaves open the possibility of using this kind of existing standard.“

The Verge

Twitter Fotos

Twitter introducing Live Photo support using GIFs four years after feature debuted – In another update to how Twitter handles photos, the company today shared the news that users can upload Live Photos from iPhone or iPad and they will show as GIFs on the social media platform. – Earlier today we learned that Twitter for web now preserves JPEG quality and now the company has shared in a tweet that it supports iOS’ Live Photos.“

9to5Mac

YouTube vs Beleidigungen

YouTube Will Ban Videos That ‚Maliciously Insult‘ People Based On Race, Gender, Or Sexual Orientation – The change comes after controversy around a right-wing comedian’s anti-gay slurs aimed at a gay Latino journalist. – A new harassment policy will see videos that ‚maliciously insult‘ people based on their race, gender, or sexual orientation banned from YouTube after the company faced intense backlash around the right-wing comedian Steven Crowder’s targeting of gay Latino journalist Carlos Maza.“

BuzzFeed

100 Gadgets der 2010er

„The Verge’s gadgets of the decade – The 100 gadgets that made a difference and defined the 2010s – TheThe story of technology in the 2010s is the story of gadgets going from the corners of our lives to everywhere all the time. The tools to create and consume culture are omnipresent now, offering us incredible new capabilities but also demanding that we care for them more than any consumer products in history. We mind their temperamental batteries, we twist in space to improve their wireless signals, we ask them to listen to us – but not too much.“

The Verge

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