Francisco Vera

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Francisco Vera

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Japan once led global tech innovation. How did it fall so behind?

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7 days ago

Vive les biens communs numériques!

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13 days ago

without regulations, this kind of debt will burden the most financially vulnerable, just as credit cards, payday loans and layaway have in the past. In 2021, Klarna launched a “Fill up now. Pay later” program with Chevron and Texaco gas stations, which gained media attention earlier this year; a recent Ipsos poll, funded by Afterpay, found that respondents were interested in using buy now, pay later for dental work, car repairs and even rent. Fifty-six percent of those surveyed were interested in point-of-sale loans for medical bills, which more than a quarter of Americans are struggling to pay

'Buy now, pay later' is sending the TikTok generation spiraling into debt, popularized by San Francisco tech firms

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18 days ago

Care, not extraction

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Tiny cars and massive lithium deposits: The unlikely quest to build electric vehicles in Bolivia

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Columna de Daniel Matamala: ¿Superhéroe o supervillano?

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53 days ago

How Caetano Veloso Revolutionized Brazil’s Sound and Spirit

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91 days ago

Massive “coffeetech” investments are giving startups a jolt

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96 days ago

Escape from QAnon: How Jan. 6 changed one person’s path

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100 days ago

The Inevitability of Trusted Third Parties

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104 days ago

Rethinking value in data sharing for B2G in the public interest

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107 days ago

Ageing to the beat of their own drums – from one to 100 years old

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108 days ago

Cómo operan los grupos responsables de los loteos brujos en La Ligua

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110 days ago

A Bug in Early Creative Commons Licenses Has Enabled a New Breed of Superpredator

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112 days ago

Spotify’s Joe Rogan Problem Isn’t Going Away

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112 days ago

Electric cars won’t fix South Asia’s pollution problems

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116 days ago

Absorb the infectious rhythms of Setapa – a joyous dance from southern Africa

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116 days ago

Technology, philosophy, randomness – how Merce Cunningham pushed dance to its limits

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116 days ago

Why Are Some Zoomers So Wistful For the '80s?

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116 days ago

Amazon Paid for a High School Course. Here’s What It Teaches.

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116 days ago

Estado nación, Estado plurinacional

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122 days ago

An artistic collaboration across centuries brings a 1432 battle scene to arresting life

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123 days ago

Will financialization of the music industry kill the Public Domain?

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128 days ago

Why disagreement is vital to advancing human understanding

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132 days ago

Is Denim in an Identity Crisis?

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135 days ago

Are we witnessing the dawn of post-theory science?

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138 days ago

Stripe Partners — The UX-ification of research

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140 days ago

The Tower of Babel: How Public Interest Internet is Trying to Save Messaging and Banish Big Social Media

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140 days ago

Why Motion on Websites and Digital Content Is a Problem

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144 days ago

In 2030, You Won't Own Any Gadgets

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152 days ago

Can Matt Mullenweg save the internet?

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158 days ago

Digital Cultural Public Infrastructure

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160 days ago

Yo no voto, me organizo: una radiografía a la ultraizquierda chilena

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169 days ago

Three Foundational IA Concepts

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181 days ago

Mai Sutton: “If you want an interoperable Internet, start with how organizations work”

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186 days ago

Columna de Daniel Matamala: Póngame donde haiga

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189 days ago

So what is “the metaverse,” exactly?

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189 days ago

Letting users tick a ‘none’ checkbox

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193 days ago

A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-compliant focus indicators

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200 days ago

Social trust in advanced economies is lower among young people and those with less education

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201 days ago

Researchers positive about open science, but there are still obstacles

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201 days ago

Cristóbal Bellolio: “La derecha sin complejos, como les gusta definirse, encontró en José Antonio Kast su pastor”

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202 days ago

Facebook, Citing Societal Concerns, Plans to Shut Down Facial Recognition System

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205 days ago

An Indigenous Rights Leader Is Trying to Rewrite Chile’s Constitution to Put its Ecosystems First

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210 days ago

Once an Assistant, Always an Assistant

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210 days ago

The Experts Somehow Overlooked Authoritarians on the Left

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215 days ago

Following Social Media Censorship, Viennese Museums Take Their Art to OnlyFans

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225 days ago

, we suggest that re-entry could also include redesigning physical space for more casual intergroup encounters. For example, because physical distance between offices makes it far less likely that employees will interact with each other, organizations could instead offer inclusive meeting spaces that are convenient, accessible, and comfortable for all groups. In an organizational context, spaces that function as architectural funnels (e.g., locating office bathrooms to produce foot traffic through common areas as Steve Jobs did at Pixar

Design Physical and Digital Spaces to Foster Inclusion

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225 days ago

Is Going to the Office a Broken Way of Working?

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