Climate Crisis

This is an automatically generated archive of Around the Web posts.

  1. No. 002


    The war and the cyber, impeding climate doom, working on the web, and a ship underneath the arctic sea.

  2. No. 004


    The war in Tigray, the effort of resposible AI, digital gardens, dead internet, aesthetics of NFTs and why «My body, my choice» feels out of date.

  3. No. 005


    The joy of unionisation, the catastrophe in Tigray, the PR bullshit of Facebook, and Saturn losing its rings.

  4. No. 007


    AI keeps snake-oiling, bankrupt surveillance, cultivating memory, evading algorithms, how space became a billboard, and a browser mitigating tremors.

  5. No. 008


    Facebook does not know what it is doing (with your data), someone bought a website, others have no internet, and 185 hellos from British Columbia.

  6. No. 011


    Summer is over. Winter is coming. Around the Web is back. AI art, deep fakes, and David Attenborough.

  7. No. 012


    Bots, AI regulation advances, Facebook does not find its legs, cops are disgusting, and how QR codes work.

  8. No. 013


    A lettuce, machine learning’s stealing problem, an update on humanity’s end of life, and pictures from the beginning of life.

  9. No. 014


    Twitter, Facebook, how Apple broke its privacy promise, and GitHub getting sued. But a good news interlude, too.

  10. No. 015


    Another attack on queer spaces, diversity theatre, border regimes, maps of the world, and cows surviving a hurricane.

  11. No. 017


    Police violence for fossil future, stochastic parrots doing cybercrime, TikTok’s secret, Tesla’s magic, and why peer review failed.

  12. No. 018


    A crisis prayed into existence, the end of writing, how not to fight the climate crisis, and mechanical cows.

  13. No. 019


    ProfitAI, generating disinformation, Okra against microplastics, and filming the speed of light.

  14. No. 020


    Not-so-news from your favourite AI shovel sellers, beaver bombing, how screen readers work, and the physics of riding a bike.

  15. No. 021


    How Large Language Models work, the era of global boiling, passport privileges, a swan song to masculinity, and Barbie’s merchandise.