Posts Tagged ‘NYT’

“What Are You Doing? Media Twitterers Can’t Stop Typing” – says a story title on today’s NYT. Actually, its content applies to most users of the now famous micro-blogging platform, not just to “Media Twitterers”. Maybe it’s a good idea to re-think, along with some utility of such service, the way so many people tend […]


From the New York Times: … there is a growing belief among engineers and security experts that Internet security and privacy have become so maddeningly elusive that the only way to fix the problem is to start over. What a new Internet might look like is still widely debated, but one alternative would, in effect, […]