Thanks Jett! I agree there’s a lot to think about when we implement this type of personalization but I do also think it’s inevitable. Hopefully this article can inspire more people to think about the effects and how best to design it.
Thanks for reading :)
Thanks so much Anna! That’s definitely what I hope others can get from this site. It may be hard to keep things civil and productive in a place where people can be anonymous online but I think it’s still something worth trying to do.
Thanks for your response.
Thanks for the reply Rob.
Definitely worth considering. Just hard to know what actual impact in the numbers that this has and where in the process it might be reflected, if at all. As I stated in the post, this can be one of the downsides of not having any restrictions around idea submission, though I’m not convinced adding…
Ah interesting, that makes a lot of sense. I too have used it in this way at times but I personally have mostly used it as an alternative to other transportation methods since my standard commute is in the “in-between distance”, where the T would be more walking than T riding and no great bus routes.
Thanks for writing this Ty.
It would seem there’s a great use case for improving upon the ERC20 Token Standard and adding some features for ICOs. Keeping it as a token standard would have the benefit of flexibility by allowing for unique additions (you still want innovation and different models to appear) but at least know…
Interesting piece Brad, thanks for writing it.
I too am really interested in what technology can do for the many millions of people that have been, or will be, impacted by the on-going technological revolutions happening now.
My response was about the American political system, not individual policies. You’re entitled to your own opinion about immigration but you should be aware of a few things:
I agree that politics in this country can be absolutely infuriating sometimes. But I also think the political genius of the founding fathers was to realize the potential of separating state and federal government powers.
Like you pointed out, having the ability to run lots of small experiments is important and can lead to…