Every post you “like.” Every friend you add or fan page you join. Every place you check in, and every Web page you recommend.
America can’t afford to leave its government in the hands of professionals.
This needs: Hope springs a trap | The Economist
The power of positive reinforcement is *huge*.
Until we make the Internet secure, cyber criminals will continue to pull off high-value, low-risk offenses
How severe do punishments need to be to make up for the low probability of getting caught?
The next wave of digital products won’t just be about archiving the web; they’ll be about destroying that archive.
How much should people be allowed to clean up the evidence of mistakes, real and perceived, in their past? If 2 people are involved in an event and one wants to memorialize it and the other to forget and erase it, whose will/choice will be/live on on the Internet?