What the Google-Genius Copyright Dispute Is Really About

The antitrust pitchforks are out for large-hearted tech. First came the European Union, then Washington, DC. Not to be left out , now comes trendy hop lyrics. Over the weekend, the music annotation area Genius publicly alleged search juggernaut Google…

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Productivity and the Joy of Doing Things the Hard Way

This story is part of a series on how we make time–from productivity hacks to long ambles to altering the serve of our own circadian clocks. Suppose you were on a business trip in a city you’d never generated much…

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While You Were Offline: Trump and Pelosi’s War of Words Continues

Man, it &# x27; s been a long week. Does anyone even remember it started with onetime White House counsel Don McGahn defying a Congressional subpoena at this part? Or that New York State had effectively closed a law loophole…

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What the College Scandal Shallowfakes Reveal About the Rich

Photoshop frisked an outsize role in the repulsive college admittances scandal that fragment earlier this year. Rick Singer, the concierge to the stars who pleaded guilty in March to fund laundering and racketeering in a scheme to get rich children…

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A Food Pyramid for Kids’ Media Consumption

In this hyper-personalized, autoplaying, all-you-can-eat mediascape, it helps to distinguish the health substance from the garbage. Fortnite? Probably not a great form of screen time. Video chatting with granny? What family-unifying wonders hath Jobs wrought! Screen time, then, has become…

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Beauty YouTube Scandals and Pitfalls of Loyalty Politics

Over the past week, appeal YouTuber James Charles has been accused of betrayal, Coachella-based snobbery, and aimed at promoting the inaccurate mane vitamin. He has been stressed “canceled” by a jury of YouTube gossip canals, the disreputable Snapchat mentions of…

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I Tweeted Out My Phone Numberand Rediscovered Humanity

The announces come in during autumn. At first, the tone is a whisper. They’re trying to see if I’m someone they’re comfortable with. I look for a common interest: menu, cinema, music–anything that connects us as humen. After that, I…

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Tech That Connects Usand Makes Us Better Humans

Much of what we hear about technology these days is a stark, dystopian recitation of what tech done in order to us: We have become addicted to our screens; our every move is being watched, overheard, recorded, predicted; and badmouth…

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Why I (Still) Love Tech: In Defense of a Difficult Industry

Stefan Dinse/ EyeEm/ Getty Images( masses ) And hitherto I still adoration the large-hearted T, by which I intend either “technology” or “trillions of dollars.” Why wouldn’t I? I came to New York City at the age of 21, in…

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While You Were Offline: The Saga of Trump’s Tax Returns Rages On

Hello. Yes, it &# x27; s time once again for While You Were Offline, WIRED &# x27; s deep dive into everything the internet has been talking about over the past week. What &# x27 ;d you miss? Well, apparently…

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