Resumido #4: Coincidências
Written by urbe, Posted in Digital, Urbanidades
Abaixo, todos os links comentados no 4º episódio do RESUMIDO (versão em áudio do URBe).
Como criei esse post no celular, dessa vez simplifiquei, apenas listando as URL mesmo.
O podcast está disponível em todas as plataformas, incluindo Spotify e Apple Podcasts.
Quem mandou matar?
O assassinato de Marielle Franco e o avanço das milícias no Rio
PM Ronnie Lessa, preso acusado de matar Marielle, é conhecido por ser exímio atirador e por sua frieza
Lessa teria atirado contra o carro em que estava a vereadora; junto dele, estaria o ex-PM Elcio Vieira de Queiroz, que foi expulso da corporação ao se tornar réu na Operação Guilhotina
Coluna | Quem mandou matar Marielle? E por quê?
Bolsonaro, que governa o Brasil pela administração do ódio, deveria ser o maior interessado em desvendar o crime
Atentado em Suzano
Facebook e… privacidade?
Opinion | Facebook Just Shoplifted Snapchat’s Best Idea
The messaging platform figured out the value of privacy a long time ago.
Read Mark Zuckerberg’s Blog Post on His ‘Privacy-Focused Vision’ for Facebook
Mr. Zuckerberg detailed plans to integrate Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger so that people can communicate privately and directly across networks. The shift follows years of scandal for Facebook, which has been criticized over its handling of user data and the spread of disinformation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: The Kara Swisher interview
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about a litany of issues, including the Cambridge Analytica scandal and why Infowars and other conspiracy theorists, like Holocaust deniers, don’t get kicked off Facebook. He says he believes over-regulating tech companies is dangerous because it could advantage Chinese firms that don’t share Americans’ commitment to freedom of expression. Zuckerberg also talks about how he thinks VR and AR will change the future of work, explains why his 2017 tour of the U.S. was not a political campaign and says that if anyone should be fired for Facebook’s recent privacy stumbles, “It should be me.” However, he declines to fire himself, instead committing to an audit of all the other companies like Cambridge Analytica that had access to the most user data.
Here’s how we can break up Big Tech
By Elizabeth Warren
The Climate Change Paper So Depressing It’s Sending People to Therapy
On average, three people read an academic paper. At least 100,000 have read this – and a lot of them haven’t taken it very well.
Feminismo para meninos
A feminist’s guide to raising boys
Before I became a mother, I thought my feminism was a battle fought and won. But having three sons has challenged everything
Tesla vc mesmo
The backyard mechanic who is taking on Tesla – The Boston Globe
Rich Benoit just wanted to fix his Tesla. He ended up becoming a YouTube star.
Robert Yang on Twitter
“so many good third wave indie immersive sims are coming from european and russian culture… stuff like My Summer Car and Jalopy and now this, meticulously crafted first person games with no heroic conflict… just a mundane loneliness alleviated by intense attention to objects https://t.co/UHJqUGhWOn”
Formula 1 creates a sonic logo with the Chemical Brothers in ‘fastest remix of all time’
Three-second track is condensed version of full length music video