Patrick Tanguay

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Patrick Tanguay

510 days ago

Do chat bots need personality? – Crew blog

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Patrick Tanguay

560 days ago

Collaborative Overload

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Patrick Tanguay

561 days ago

The Internet Economy

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Patrick Tanguay

563 days ago

Reading with intention can change your life

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Patrick Tanguay

570 days ago

blog.crew.co

Patrick Tanguay

570 days ago

We don’t know how to build conversational software yet

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Patrick Tanguay

573 days ago

Chatbot Fail

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Patrick Tanguay

578 days ago

"I imagine they focused, not on an exit strategy, but on an exist strategy, a strategy built on sticking around; a strategy not for a buy-out, but for a handing down, a passing along.

I wonder what decisions we would make differently if we inherited the work we do?

I wonder what decisions we would make differently if our duty was to pass on the work we do?"

Friday, 27 March 2015

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Patrick Tanguay

580 days ago

A New Map for America

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Patrick Tanguay

587 days ago

spotlight.macfound.org

Patrick Tanguay

592 days ago

Can two leftwing gurus save Europe? Chronicles by Thomas Piketty; And the Weak Suffer What They Must? by Yanis Varoufakis – review

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Patrick Tanguay

592 days ago

#Fail: Politicians and the Present Digital World

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Patrick Tanguay

592 days ago

How Tyler Brûlé has extended Monocle beyond simply a magazine for the jet set

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Patrick Tanguay

595 days ago

Why copywriters could fare well in the age of robots

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Patrick Tanguay

600 days ago

This war on math is still bullshit

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Patrick Tanguay

601 days ago

Tay What?

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Patrick Tanguay

607 days ago

Among many other reasons, Foucault’s Pendulum remains an amazing novel for revealing the seemingly endless extent of one’s own gullibility—that is, the often overwhelming need to believe in or to pursue something, to connect together things you think are signs or clues in fits of irrationality and inspiration, to give your life, your cause, your project, your movement its larger emotional meaning or narrative gravity; only to realize, in retrospect, that these were all just neutral facts of the world you temporarily and needlessly seized upon. They were there when you needed them—or it all made sense at the time.

“A medieval cathedral was a sort of permanent and unchangeable TV program”

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Patrick Tanguay

607 days ago

Fighting the Digital Giants

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Patrick Tanguay

609 days ago

These Are The Long-Term Effects Of Multitasking

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Patrick Tanguay

612 days ago

Technology and the laws of power

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Patrick Tanguay

612 days ago

"Game ON: the end of the old economic system is in sight"

Game ON: the end of the old economic system is in sight

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Patrick Tanguay

618 days ago

The web is a mindset

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Patrick Tanguay

619 days ago

Frightening.

Automatic Face Recognition and Surveillance

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Patrick Tanguay

620 days ago

Although his use of AI as a category seems very diluted vs, you know, actual AI.

What’s Next in Computing?

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Patrick Tanguay

626 days ago

An iPhone Is an Extension of the Mind

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Patrick Tanguay

626 days ago

Our Gothic Future

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Patrick Tanguay

634 days ago

We Now Return You To Your Regularly Scheduled Cyberpunk Dystopia

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Patrick Tanguay

637 days ago

Dan Hill on robotic infrastructure's wider implications for our cities

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Patrick Tanguay

638 days ago

Another excellent interview with @rushkoff

In the Throes of Change: An Interview With Douglas Rushkoff

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Patrick Tanguay

641 days ago

IoT, smart citizens, connectedness, knowledge.

The End of Ignorance

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Patrick Tanguay

641 days ago

Lots of great answers in there.

Douglas Rushkoff: 'I’m thinking it may be good to be off social media altogether'

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Patrick Tanguay

643 days ago

"Commons aren't just something we protect, but also what we invent."

City as a Commons: Flint to Italy

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Patrick Tanguay

645 days ago

Birds, Hogs and Human Beings — Medium

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Patrick Tanguay

645 days ago

Kevin Kelly

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Patrick Tanguay

645 days ago

"Maybe the WSW is more like an organism. It won't have a single mind. Parts of it will be controlled by large corporations and governments. Small parts of it will be controlled by us. But writ large its behavior will be unpredictable, the result of millions of tiny goals and billions of interactions between parts of itself."

The Internet of Things Will Be the World's Biggest Robot

schneier.com

Patrick Tanguay

648 days ago

""Sharing, not secrecy, is the means by which we realise such a lofty destiny as well as create infinite wealth. The wealth of networks, the wealth of knowledge, revolutionary wealth - all can create a nonzero win-win Earth that works for one hundred percent of humanity. This is the 'utopia' that Buckminster Fuller foresaw, now within our reach.""

The open source revolution is coming and it will conquer the 1% - ex CIA spy

theguardian.com

Patrick Tanguay

656 days ago

"I have a not-especially-modest proposal for how to solve almost all of Twitter’s problems. It’s very simple: let third-party developers build feeds. Extend their API and allow external developers to design, and users to install, custom tabs with custom feeds. So a user’s Twitter interface could include the Twitter-built Moments tab, if for some demented reason they actually wanted that … or, instead, an NBA fan who lives in Toronto could have a custom-built NBA feed, and a custom-built Toronto feed.

Or the StockTwits feed. Or the Nuzzel feed. Etc etc etc. All built by third parties– who share the income from “Promoted Tweets” within their feeds. Sure, give new users a default, Twitter-built curated feed. But also let them choose from a “Featured Feeds” list … or, better yet, from the Feed Store.

In short: make feeds Twitter’s apps."

The Great White Fail Whale

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Patrick Tanguay

666 days ago

Mindfulness Isn’t Much Harder than Mindlessness

hbr.org

Patrick Tanguay

666 days ago

A Flag for No Nations

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Patrick Tanguay

668 days ago

Smart Cities: The next frontier for IoT

thewavingcat.com

Patrick Tanguay

670 days ago

Greetings from the Age of Abundance

scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org

Patrick Tanguay

672 days ago

constraint no.3: non-ecological thinking

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Patrick Tanguay

673 days ago

And worse still, to build a service ecosystem on such foundations is to endorse the mayfly logic of the fashion cycle: that which is trendy this season is by definition a dead letter next year. By contrast, to function effectively in support of a community over the long term, participation in the commons has to be something more than a fad or momentary fashion. It has to be able to rely upon institutions, practices and arrangements that stabilize it and make it tenable as an approach to living. If those institutions, practices and arrangements are ones broadly associated with life under conditions of deprivation, the ingrained psychological resistance to adopting them may be the hardest of all these barriers to overcome.

Commoning systems: Organize, don’t jargonize

speedbird.wordpress.com

Patrick Tanguay

673 days ago

platform capitalism and the post-job economy

jarche.com

Patrick Tanguay

678 days ago

Culture is Everything

globalguerrillas.typepad.com

Patrick Tanguay

681 days ago

What Citizens Can Teach Civil Servants About Open Government

governing.com

Patrick Tanguay

681 days ago

Is Hope Possible After the Paris Agreement?

theatlantic.com

Patrick Tanguay

683 days ago

An open letter to Paul Graham

shift.newco.co

Patrick Tanguay

689 days ago

s2e33: Black Design

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Patrick Tanguay

693 days ago

The story of the Arab Spring is far from over

america.aljazeera.com

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