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A classic Silicon Valley tactic — losing money to crush rivals

Facebook’s Substack rival Bulletin raises antitrust questions about predatory pricing – The Washington Post

6. jul. 2021 — Facebook’s latest product, a newsletter platform called Bulletin, exemplifies a strategy that some critics think should be illegal.

Facebook’s newsletter product won’t take a cut of writers’ revenue. Some critics see a problem.

Facebook shuts Bulletin, it’s take on Substack

Facebook shuts Bulletin, it’s take on Substack – The Washington Post

4. okt. 2022 — The decision to shut down Bulletin is an indication that Facebook found a subscriber-focused site was not as lucrative as hoped.

The decision to shut down Bulletin is an indication that Facebook found a subscriber-focused site was not as lucrative as hoped.

Bulletin (service) – Wikipedia

Bulletin is an online newsletter platform launched by Facebook on July 6, 2021, that allows notable writers to make announcements directly to their subscribers.

Washington Post – Airbnb’s ads were so painfully awkward…

Airbnb’s ads were so painfully awkward that many passersby took them for a hoax. WASHINGTONPOST.COM. What tech doesn’t get about paying taxes …

Ex-Washington Post Owner Don Graham on Doing Business …

Ex-Washington Post Owner Don Graham on Doing Business With Zuckerberg And Bezos | by Alex Kantrowitz | OneZero

25. feb. 2022 — This week’s Big Technology podcast guest is Don Graham, the former owner of the Washington Post. Graham is a fascinating businessman who’s …

This week’s Big Technology podcast guest is Don Graham, the former owner of the Washington Post. Graham is a fascinating businessman who’s spent countless hours working with the world’s top tech…

Facebook unveils ‘Bulletin,’ a newsletter subscription service

Facebook Unveils ‘Bulletin,’ a Newsletter Tool to Compete With Substack – The New York Times

29. jun. 2021 — Mainstream publishers like The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times are also experimenting with newsletter products …

The recent growth of start-ups like Substack and Revue has renewed interest in newsletters.

Bezos, the Washington Post and the future of news publishing

Bezos, the Washington Post and the future of news publishing – Technology and Operations Management

18. nov. 2016 — Products: Desktop, tablet, mobile and watch sites/aps; Channels: On platform via owned products, off platform (e.g., email, Facebook) and third …

The Digital Frontier: Infrastructures of Control on the …

The Digital Frontier: Infrastructures of Control on the Global Web – Sangeet Kumar – Google Bøger

The global web and its digital ecosystem can be seen as tools of emancipation, communication, and spreading knowledge or as means of control, fueled by capitalism, surveillance, and geopolitics.The Digital Frontier interrogates the world wide web and the digital ecosystem it has spawned to reveal how their conventions, protocols, standards, and algorithmic regulations represent a novel form of global power. Sangeet Kumar shows the operation of this power through the web’s “infrastructures of control” visible at sites where the universalizing imperatives of the web run up against local values, norms, and cultures. These include how the idea of the “global common good” is used as a ruse by digital oligopolies to expand their private enclosures, how seemingly collaborative spaces can simultaneously be exclusionary as they regulate legitimate knowledge, how selfhood is being redefined online along Eurocentric ideals, and how the web’s political challenge is felt differentially by sovereign nation states. In analyzing this new modality of cultural power in the global digital ecosystem, The Digital Frontier is an important read for scholars, activists, academics and students inspired by the utopian dream of a truly representative global digital network.

The Almighty Machine: How Digitalization Is Destroying …

The Almighty Machine: How Digitalization Is Destroying Everything That Is … – Pekka Vahvanen – Google Bøger

The hymn of Digitalization is nothing new: We must encourage the creation of new apps. We must develop AI in order to prevail among international competition. Technology’s advance will halt climate change and let robots do the dumb stuff for us. Our faith in technology is powerful because it has saved us in the past. The Almighty Machine shows us technology’s flip side. The things that once powered us toward a brighter tomorrow are already undermining our quality of life. The data stream has shattered our concentration, human relationships have been reduced to a menu of emojis, constant surveillance has nullified much of our privacy, and the development of AI could be the beginning of the end for us. We are becoming the casualties of our own success. Pekka Vahvanen’s bristling and timely critique, deftly translated by Mark Jones, throws doubt on the necessity of technological development in a world saturated in tech. The Almighty Machine presents an important question: Does progress no longer make us happier?

The Digital Social: Religion and Belief

The Digital Social: Religion and Belief – Google Bøger

The edited volume aims to present a critical analysis of the current state of research on religion and belief systems in the realm of the ‘Digital Social’. The rapid expansion and democratization of digital technologies in conjunction with the significant shifts taking place within the practices of religion and belief through digital technology demand a critical examination across the social sciences and humanities. These changes call for an overview of not only our current methodological tool box but also the epistemological and ethical considerations that researchers must contend with. The proposed volume provides a critical framework that recognizes that the social, and therefore the religious, cannot be fully understood without recognizing how the digital world actively constitutes notions such as identity, social networks, embodiment, and social institutions. While some specific methods will be discussed, the volume’s emphasis remains on the critical epistemological and logistical considerations that are needed when undertaking this form of research.

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