e.g. subscribe to Facebook for free/money, Facebook subscribe to you in order to use your data (paid of course). unsubscribe anytime to lose access, any personal information retrieved in reidentification has a serious penalty

maybe in the future - companies should not be allowed to keep our personal content online for longer than certain period i) you can have your online storage and hosted/owned by yourself ii) saves space and energy if we take our personal thing offline iii) you can buy server/storage like you buy a part of a server land, forever/99y is yours. iv) or you can donate/sell your personal info/life for for-profit/research purposes. v) turn personal thing to blog/content for contribution to the internet

Just learned that this guy β€ͺ@vilvaathibanpb‬ did 6 talks in meetups in October 2019, crazy dev! but yea it was interesting hack and tell today hosted by @prisma about , interetinb example of WS subscription! keep up the good hack!πŸ€“

Went to a meetup hosted by @XAIN_AG, evangelize about federated learning, interesting.. it’s a good first step, a bit like differential privacy, also chicken and egg problem about β€œopen” data and improve tech about ML (from the discussion and I think)

the metaphorical side of β€œHotel California”, always heard about this song in live music places and sometimes sick about it but good to know..

β€œYou can check out anytime,
But you can never leave”

Hadi: ML was adopted by YouTube/Facebook in 2017 removed many important contents/evidence, many of these documents are useful for court to identify criminal offenses

@syrian_archive founder shares about his work and challenges

@syrian_archive @disrupt_berlin

In Berlin, stickers on the toilet wall sometimes looks like a design showcase. Important thing: the toilet is sparkling clean, even the wall looks chaotic. love the chaos

2 weeks + 1 day now in a new work environment. In contrast to years of working remotely, now I’m pretty happy working along with people, having lunch with people, walking around chatting with people and many things are taken care of.

so nice to have a group of coworkers going for some warm wine with you when the weather is cold

RT @dan_abramov@twitter.com
Want to make it super clear: I did NOT come up with Hooks. We have a list of prior art and credits in the FAQ. reactjs.org/docs/hooks-faq.htm

I love all the extremely work-friendly coffee shops in Taipei. Some of them feel like full-on coworking spaces. Minus the membership fees and boring office interior, of course.

Also, it's completely normal to find multiple redundant wifi networks in coffee shops, sometimes with 100 Mb/s downstream and 50 Mb/s up.

Silky smooth roads in the mountains North of Taipei. I think I didn't see a single pot hole on my entire ride. Also, plenty of mirrors to see what's happening around sharp corners. Perfect cycling conditions really.

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