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Brasileiros estão menos felizes em 2019, diz pesquisa da Ipsos
Índice de felicidade do brasileiro caiu de 73% para 61% de um ano para o outro, diz o instituto de pesquisa.
French city makes its buses free, spurring new ridership and decreasing car use
A year ago, the city of Dunkirk in France made its bus system entirely free — causing a boom in ridership, as well as a drop in car usage. In the year since, as France 24 notes, an academic s…
Felipe Neto, o empresário e youtuber que incomoda Bolsonaro
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A CPI que preocupa o PSL | Bernardo Mello Franco – O Globo
Nos últimos dias, o senador Angelo Coronel (PSD-BA) conheceu a fúria das milícias virtuais. Presidente da recém-instalada CPI Mista das Fake News,…
Bolsonaro sinaliza que pode voltar com horário de verão
Presidente comentou o assunto durante pronunciamento nas redes sociais que faz todas as quintas-feiras
Microsoft president: Cambridge Analytica was ‘the Three Mile Island for the tech sector’
As the longest serving executive at Microsoft, Former General Counsel Brad Smith knows a thing or two about the scrutiny that comes with being a global tech company.
NRA Ramped Up Facebook Advertising Immediately After Mass Shootings in El Paso and Dayton
After massacres at El Paso and Dayton, NRA urged gun owners to “show that you won’t be intimidated” by calls for reform.
Facebook argues it can’t invade your privacy because you don’t have any
A lawyer defending Facebook argued in court this week that the social media site’s users “have no expectation of privacy.”
Bloomberg – Are you a robot?
Seven things we learned from Edward Snowden’s new book
Edward Snowden has published his memoir, Permanent Record. Here are some key takeaways from the title
The real reason America is scared of Huawei: internet-connected everything
Five things you need to know about 5G, the next generation of wireless tech that’s fueling tensions between the US and China.
Jacquard by Google – Saint Laurent
Simple, seamless connectivity woven into your everyday essentials.
Google Jacquard 2.0 leads new wave of connected clothes
A smart backpack is the first in a series of smart fashion products from Google in 2019.
The best smart clothing: From biometric shirts to contactless payment jackets
Smart clothing is still to go mainstream after first popping to the surface in 2015, but we’re slowly seeing more companies play around with the concept of …
Pagers, Pay Phones, and Dialup: How We Communicated on 9/11
The world was a different place when the 9/11 attacks happened 18 years ago. Imagine how social media would fuel—and befoul—the reaction to a similar event today.
The Light Phone
Light is a radically different technology company. We design beautiful tools that respect and empower our users and our first product is The Light Phone.
Designer Consumer Electronics – Interactive Design Technology on Work | Punkt.
Punkt. offer designer consumer electronics products combine beautiful design with simplicity. Understand the Impact of balance technology on work, it’s what we do. Visit now!
Tim Cook Will Have To Pry My iPhone SE From My Cold, Tiny Hands
New iPhone season is here. But don’t give in to FOMO — the iPhone 7 is still the most-used phone in the United States.
‘Digital Minimalism’ | All Of It | WNYC
Cal Newport on Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World.
They told us DRM would give us more for less, but they lied
My latest Locus Magazine column is DRM Broke Its Promise, which recalls the days when digital rights management was pitched to us as a way to enable exciting new markets where we’d all save b…
A Decade of Music Is Lost on Your iPod. These Are The Deleted Years. Now Let Us Praise Them.
From 2003 to 2012, music was disposable and nothing survived.
Forget endless playlists, CD binders were real curation
Hmmm, where to put that Modest Mouse CD?
Daniel Johnston Dead at 58 | Pitchfork
The influential cult singer-songwriter and visual artist reportedly died from a heart attack
The 100 best albums of the 21st century
We polled 45 music writers to rank the definitive LPs of the 21st century so far. Read our countdown of passionate pop, electrifying rock and anthemic rap – and see if you agree
Céu – Coreto (Clipe Oficial)
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The 1619 Project
American slavery began 400 years ago this month. This is referred to as the country’s original sin, but it is more than that: It is the country’s true origin.
Why Is Everyone Always Stealing Black Music?
Because it’s the sound of complete artistic freedom.
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