Google's Arts & Culture app matches your selfie with famous works of art. Facebook will show more content from your friends and family, less news. Why Google Photos won't search for gorillas. Google Home and Chromecast killing Wi-Fi. YouTube will stop monetizing small video producers. Black and white screens fix phone addiction.
- Leo's Pick: Thee Strange Brands in Your Instagram Feed
- Jeff's Numbers: Apple to pay $38b under repatriation, and Blackrock: Contribute to society or risk losing our support
- Stacey's Thing: Nanoleaf
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- Google app matches your face to famous art
- App not available in two states
- Zuckerberg says News Feed will focus on what friends share, de-emphasize content from publishers and brands as it moves to favor
- Jarvis post on the FB changes
- Birdcage liners – Joel on Software
- Facebook is done with quality journalism. Deal with it.
- Followup post on community and FB
- Google's Fi Low-Cost Wireless Service Adds Unlimited Data. Here's How Much It Costs
- Is the Answer to Phone Addiction a Worse Phone? - The New York Times
- Google starts certificate program to fill empty IT jobs
- Google wants to open up photo AI to make it easier for companies to use
- Google Censors Gorillas Rather Than Risk Them Being Mislabeled As Black People—But Who Does That Help?
- Google forgetting the early web
- Google exploring sale of Zagat
- Google is shutting down Chrome’s parental control features, replacement to launch later this year
- YouTube just made it harder for small video producers to make money
- FB creates Watch Party to watch with friends
- Twitter’s stock flies to two-year high after glowing praise from analysts
- A Suicide Prevention Hotline Was the Top Post on the Cryptocurrency Subreddit Yesterday
- Everyone Is Getting Hilariously Rich and You’re Not
- Apple to pay $38b under repatriation
- Blackrock: Contribute to society or risk losing our support
- The Strange Brands in Your Instagram Feed - The Atlantic