Victor Magalhães

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Victor Magalhães

74 days ago

Five Things We Need to Know About Technological Change

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Victor Magalhães

81 days ago

Life-Hacks of the Poor and Aimless

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Victor Magalhães

89 days ago

Thought as a Technology

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92 days ago

Augmenting Long-term Memory

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Victor Magalhães

96 days ago

Você é suficiente pra você?

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Victor Magalhães

97 days ago

The Mind-Expanding Ideas of Andy Clark

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Victor Magalhães

99 days ago

Entenda o que muda com a lei que protege seus dados na rede

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Victor Magalhães

99 days ago

The Centralization of Power on the Internet

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Victor Magalhães

99 days ago

Open source hasn’t made tech more open

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Victor Magalhães

99 days ago

How to build an npm worm

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Victor Magalhães

103 days ago

One Mammoth of a Job: An Interview with Eugen Rochko of Mastodon

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Victor Magalhães

104 days ago

Life on the slippery Earth

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104 days ago

Creative blocks

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Victor Magalhães

104 days ago

The deep roots of writing

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Victor Magalhães

105 days ago

The fallacy of obviousness

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Victor Magalhães

105 days ago

How the Blog Broke the Web

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Victor Magalhães

107 days ago

Prova não tem, mas também não tem motivo pra confiar na @google ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Google reportedly allows outside app developers to read people's Gmails

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Victor Magalhães

113 days ago

How the EU copyright proposal will hurt the web and Wikipedia – Wikimedia Blog

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Victor Magalhães

113 days ago

Sacrificing freedom of expression and collaboration online to enforce copyright in Europe? – Wikimedia Blog

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Victor Magalhães

113 days ago

Don’t force platforms to replace communities with algorithms – Wikimedia Blog

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Victor Magalhães

114 days ago

Why we must oppose the new copyright directive

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Victor Magalhães

114 days ago

Why ActivityPub is the future

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Victor Magalhães

130 days ago

You’re simply not that big a deal: now isn’t that a relief?

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130 days ago

To get a grip on altruism, see humans as molecules

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Victor Magalhães

131 days ago

Betting on the Web

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Victor Magalhães

135 days ago

How a Global Network of #FearlessCities is Making Racist Colonial Nation States Obsolete

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Victor Magalhães

135 days ago

The Enlightenment’s Dark Side

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Victor Magalhães

135 days ago

We don’t have a free market, but a highly managed and often monopolized market. (...) The resulting extremes of concentration of wealth and political power are very bad for business and the economy (not to mention the environment, human rights, and democracy)

The massive hidden costs of the fossil fuel system

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Victor Magalhães

138 days ago

The Beautiful Trap of Belonging

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Victor Magalhães

141 days ago

5 Reasons to Build a Network of Small Groups, Rather than a Mass Movement of Individuals

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142 days ago

1.5 What is Open Cooperativism?

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142 days ago

To preserve and restore a liveable planet, it’s not enough to seize the existing means of production; in fact, it may even not be necessary or recommendable. Rather, we need to reinvent the means of production; to radically reimagine the way we produce. We must also decide together what not to produce, and when to direct our productive capacities towards ecologically restorative work and the stewardship of natural systems. This includes necessary endeavours like permaculture, landscape restoration, regenerative design and rewilding.

1.4 What is Distributed Manufacturing?

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Victor Magalhães

144 days ago

What’s clear is that philosophy has not yet achieved a maturity beyond its years, and that we’ve been held back by not seeing this. When we do see it, we will look for philosophical activities that fit our immature condition, aiming to make a fuller maturity possible down the line. We will consent to be Moses, in hopes that Joshua might one day enter the promised land.

Philosophy’s first steps

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Victor Magalhães

154 days ago

New proof reveals fundamental limits of scientific knowledge

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Victor Magalhães

156 days ago

By viewing work as something we do to support our leisure time, rather than our hobbies as something to lower our stress so we can get back to work, we can actually start enjoying our lives. (I know, wild idea.)

The Case for Having a Hobby

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Victor Magalhães

164 days ago

Economists focus too little on what people really care about

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164 days ago

The danger of absolute thinking is absolutely clear

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Victor Magalhães

169 days ago

An alternate ending to the tragedy of the commons

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Victor Magalhães

172 days ago

Deep Laziness

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Victor Magalhães

173 days ago

A metropolitan world

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Victor Magalhães

174 days ago

Survival of the Mediocre Mediocre

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175 days ago

Against metrics: how measuring performance by numbers backfires

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Victor Magalhães

177 days ago

Precisely because scientific institutional authority has become a paradigm, it must have a counterculture

Enlightenment rationality is not enough: we need a new Romanticism

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Victor Magalhães

187 days ago

There are good reasons for ignoring the news

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Victor Magalhães

187 days ago

Shadow profiles are the biggest flaw in Facebook’s privacy defense

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Victor Magalhães

191 days ago

Oh boy

Social and media technologies, optimised for the diffusion of highly emotive, reaction-generating content, encourage a rapid trade in attention-grabbing ideas, over slower-burning systematic, contextualised thinking.Yet, even as ‘authenticity’ as a claim and as an aesthetic feels outdated, deeper forms of ‘realness’ in our communications still persist. People are still seeking to communicate their deepest personal truths: their values, hopes and fears with each other. Through sharing media, we’re still creating community.

The Age of Post-Authenticity and the Ironic Truths of Meme Culture

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Victor Magalhães

194 days ago

Mudança política também faz parte da equação. Eventos recentes demonstram que os incentivos de mercado podem não ser suficientes para construir uma Internet saudável

A reação contra as empresas de tecnologia é um alerta

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Victor Magalhães

194 days ago

“I think we shouldn’t just go off and develop technologies: We should understand what is this interaction between people that we’re trying to support—specifically, not just information passing but emotional affirmation, our views of each other, our ability to relate to each other—all of those are central to any communication technology.”

The Self Is Other People

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Victor Magalhães

194 days ago

Teaching Monads Slightly Differently

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198 days ago

12 Things Everyone Should Understand About Tech

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