Monthly Archives: October 2012

[@] Travis Shrugged: The creepy, dangerous ideology behind Silicon Valley’s Cult of Disruption

A very interesting view from Paul Carr on the startups out to disrupt markets, like Uber and AirBnB. In their desire of going against established players, are they good for us? Laws don’t exist merely to frustrate the business ambitions of coastal hipsters: They also exist to protect the more vulnerable members of society.  And […]

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[*] There is method in the iOS map madness

As many others, when I upgraded my iPhone to iOS 6 I noticed that the points of interest in the new map application were all over the place. I initially thought that they were just at random locations, but actually it’s not (always) the case. I realized that many are located as if the streets […]

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