Thank David for the contribution, and I agree. To be clear, was this intended as an addition to my arguments, or a counter-argument to one of them? As I cannot tell, as I agree with what you’ve said, and it seems an addition to me. Happy to discuss and elaborate further if needed. Thanks!
This is true, it kind of makes it a design by committee — where the public (the comittee) gets a vote over every policy. However, that isn’t entirely true, or perhaps not true at all, as it is not the public making the policies. It is still the politicians that make the policies, that go to the public vote. This eliminates bike shedding, as the…
Google Glass is more than an overlay. It has a microphone and camera.
When doing Audio and Video Calling, the data goes to Google Hangouts. When taking photos or recording videos, that data likely goes to Google Photos.
Whether Google Glass has always-on recording for consumers, makes the point more…
Krupal, that is just not coherent. The data they collect about you, and your friends, affects how they treat you. If they just mined data, but still treated their users anonymously, then your argument makes sense, but they don’t.
For what is concerning, I’ve gone into more detail on how I see it.
Thanks for your response Jim, let me touch of the parts that I didn’t go into depth in the article and respond to your concerns.
The point of the original article is to get people to see Google differently than the benelovent source of awesomeness they are use to, by telling a story of what got me…
Do you need Facebook? I deleted my Facebook earlier this year from disdain of their business model, practices, and abuse of my attention, as well as realising that it did not promote any real connections, only superficial ones. My life is so much better without Facebook, and I have no plans of returning to it.