This is an incomplete list of the shortform reading (and listening and watching) I've been doing lately.

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Published November 29, 2022. Read on November 29, 2022
Elon Musk appears to have out-sourced decisions about who to ban from Twitter to the platform's right-wing extremists.
extremism, social media
Published November 29, 2022. Read on November 29, 2022
It has been just under a week since I wrote about the year of finding out, where poorly thought-out assumptions and magical thinking have begun to erode (or outright destroy) supposedly unstoppable forces. Elon Musk, ever-vigilant for an opportunity to be destructive, has decided to "
newsletter, tech industry
Published November 29, 2022. Read on November 29, 2022
Epik keeps a number of far-right sites alive. Now, it's helping host the notorious stalker haven Kiwi Farms.
extremism, technology
Published November 3, 2022. Read on November 27, 2022
Current anxieties about truth and tech lend Heather Ford's intriguing book an urgent relevance
Wikipedia
Published March 21, 2016. Read on November 26, 2022
This article introduces and discusses bot-based collective blocklists (or blockbots) in Twitter, which have been developed by volunteers to combat harassment in the social networking site. Blockbot...
online harassment, social media
Published November 25, 2022. Read on November 25, 2022
Hey friends. It has been a wild month. Our little social media server has turned into production infrastructure, and it still continues to grow. The mass exodus of the tech community from Twitter…
Published November 23, 2022. Read on November 23, 2022
Read to the end for elevator butt
newsletter, social media
Published November 23, 2022. Read on November 23, 2022
2022 has become the year of chaos. The previous year's opulence and impulsivity led to a year where tens of thousands of people sacrificed their jobs at the altar of profitability. 2021 felt like a fever dream of corporate excess, where those who worked the least seemed to be rewarded with the most, and when regular people attempted to take advantage of this new-found societal joy,
crypto, newsletter, social media
Published November 23, 2022. Read on November 23, 2022
At the company — and on the platform — there's no escaping Elon.
social media
Published November 17, 2022. Read on November 23, 2022
Near Milwaukee, the lives of landlord Todd Brunner and tenant Angelica Belen intersect in a house that catches fire. What came before and after shows there's one kind of justice for those who own and another for those who rent.
class, policing, socioeconomics