How I Got My Attention Back — by Craig Modcraigmod.com/essays/how_i_got_my_attention_back/
There are a thousand beautiful ways to start the day that don’t begin with looking at your phone. And yet so few of us choose to do so. Technology is commanding our attention in infinite, insurmountable loops. A country trip off-grid helped me escape.
Google and Apple launching coronavirus contact-tracing system for iOS and Android - The Vergetheverge.com/2020/4/10/21216484/google-apple-coronavirus-contract-tracing-bluetooth-location-tracking-data-app
Google and Apple are introducing an API to allow Bluetooth LE-based coronavirus exposure contact tracing through official public health authority apps and later as a lower-level feature of iOS and Android. The system could help warn users if they were around someone diagnosed with COVID-19.
The high-tech secret behind the stunning cinematography of ‘Uncut Gems’inputmag.com/features/uncut-gems-secret-cinematography-light-ranger-2
How did the Safdie brothers keep a perpetually moving Adam Sandler in focus? With a device called the Light Ranger 2.
Can blind people use Tinder? - UX Collectiveuxdesign.cc/can-blind-people-use-tinder-8e5bd9296d7b
Mobile-first dating apps such as Tinder, Hinge, and Bumble have the potential to greatly benefit the blind community. Unfortunately, advocates of these apps largely ignore the narrative of the blind…
How Hmong Americans turned a conference call line into a radio of their own - The Vergetheverge.com/2019/11/22/20975911/hmong-radio-conference-line-diaspora-america-phone-djs
The Asian diaspora is reimagining the conference call line as a radio show for Hmong people, by Hmong people. The Verge explores how these "stations" are run, and talks to the DJs who own them.