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Jaron Lanier Interview on What Went Wrong With the Internet
«And then when you move out of the tech world, everybody’s struggling. It’s a very strange thing. The numbers show an economy that’s doing well, but the reality is that the way it’s doing well doesn’t give many people a feeling of security or confidence in their futures. It’s like everybody’s working for Uber in one way or another. Everything’s become the gig economy. And we routed it that way, that’s our doing. There’s this strange feeling when you just look outside of the tight circle of Silicon Valley, almost like entering another country, where people are less secure. It’s not a good feeling. I don’t think it’s worth it, I think we’re wrong to want that feeling.»
jaron-lanier  internet  silicon-valley  san-francisco  panopticon  tech  interviews 
14 hours ago by brennen
Keeley Hawes: ‘We all need to be more positive’ | Global | The Guardian
Keeley Hawes has cornered the market in playing complex characters, but off-screen is there a role for life’s simpler pleasures? She talks to Rebecca Nicholson about the joys of TV, meeting her husband on set – and caravanning with Emma Bunton
TheObserver  KeeleyHawes  Interviews  TheGuardian  Drama 
yesterday by dk33per
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via Pocket - I interviewed at six top companies in Silicon Valley in six days, and stumbled into six job offers - Added January 18, 2019 at 06:25PM
interviews  programming 
4 days ago by mikele
Remote work, Remote jobs, Remote working stories — Remote Habits
Learn how to work remotely from people doing it every day. Learn the remote habits of freelancers, entrepreneurs and teams doing remote work.
interview  magazine  remote  interviews  remotework  Travel  work  2019 
7 days ago by dchesters

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