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Channel 4 finds Facebook not deleting images of child abuse and racism - Business Insider
Channel 4 spoke with Roger McNamee, an early Facebook investor who has become a critic of the company over issues including the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. He said Facebook stood to benefit from extreme content.

"It's the really extreme, really dangerous form of content that attracts the most highly engaged people on the platform," he said. "Facebook understood that it was desirable to have people spend more time on site if you're going to have an advertising-based business."
facebook  content  censorship  extreme  indie  radar 
july 2018 by laurakalbag
The most concerning element of Facebook’s potential new power - Columbia Journalism Review
What this discussion has missed is perhaps the most crucial element of Facebook’s new power: the right to chose between the free expression of ideas or to instead impose censorship when it deems content unworthy. That should worry the public, because when given that power in the past, Facebook has ruled with an iron fist.
transparency  censorship  content  media  indie  indieroundup  17apr15  facebook  twitter  timm 
april 2015 by laurakalbag
ATAG 2.0
This standard provides guidelines for designing web content authoring tools that are both more accessible to authors with disabilities (Part A) and designed to enable, support, and promote the production of more accessible web content by all authors (Part B).
ATAG  accessibility  a11y  authoring  tools  content  cms  standards  guidelines  w3c 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
The Overflow Pattern
A smart pattern for content in responsive designs by @brad_frost
overflow  pattern  responsive  design  learn-design  designpattern  content 
january 2013 by laurakalbag
Display WordPress content outside your blog // Corvid Works
<?php
// Include WordPress
define('WP_USE_THEMES', false);
require('./wordpress/wp-load.php');
query_posts('showposts=1');
?>
display  wordpress  content  outside  templates 
march 2011 by laurakalbag

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