Anonymity is still the accepted norm among the users of the internet. You should not be able to switch your name and identity out of a whim. All the social media platforms deny this in theory, but in practice, allow you to do it very easily. As much as you like. Continue reading “The internet non-persons”
Today, instagram gave a big surprise to me. It ceased to work. It chills be to the bone to think someone’s livelihood would depend on this app. Continue reading “A sad day: Instagram is no more! (I got shadowbanned)”
The search for the meaning of life should start from yourself. Most likely it will end within too, unfinished. It is a quest for you to find out, who is the person, which is looking at you from the mirror. Continue reading “The meaning of life”
As a video editor, you really have four options at the moment to choose from: Premiere Pro – Final Cut Pro – Sony Vegas Pro – and Avid Media Composer. Why only four? The short answer is that the others have a lack of sufficient user base. This means that the probability of a random google search finding your random problem and it’s solution concerning the video editor, is too low. Google is a usable technical support, but only if the user base is sufficiently high. Another thing is that you don’t want to become an expert on a software that is going to cease to exist in five years so you have to find out the condition of the company too.
“YouTube will add information from Wikipedia to videos about popular conspiracy theories to provide alternative viewpoints on controversial subjects, its CEO said today. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said that these text boxes, which the company is calling “information cues,” would begin appearing on conspiracy-related videos within the next couple of weeks.” Continue reading “Ministry of truth”
Stanley Kubrick, one of my idols, seemed to never make a film out of any other reason than inspiration. Even he didn’t know when his next movies was going to be released and the schedules were notorious for not holding their mark. Continue reading “Good content has never been more unpopular”
It’s not about how good or bad your content is – it much more about the algorithm, it will give your following multiple times more than the quality of your content ever will. Maybe I’m just backwards, anti-change, anti “new things” but I can’t help think that is fundamentally wrong. It is truly not the humans steering the ship, but the algorithm. It is obvious that this is not the natural, organic way. Should it be? The true crime is that if you’re not even aware of this, when you could and should be. More discussion is needed. Away from the Kardashians. Continue reading “Of interesting wants and relevant needs”
Alex Jones is an excellent example of this. He is of course 95% clown and 5% journalist, and yet, I have a feeling that the majority of his followers take his stuff all too seriously… His topics are often serious, but his spin on them is… merely entertaining. Continue reading “Fiction conquers fact?”