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Ev Williams is a ablaze man. His vision for online publishing offers up a near-utopian vision of what a democratized internet looks like in Medium. He also once ran a couple of other businesses you may have heard of: Twitter, which he co-founded, and Odeo, a accepted podcast app that may have actually launched before the public was ready for it, and years prior to the new podcast boom.

When you accomplish a Google search for every day queries, you don’t about expect systemic racism to rear its ugly head. Yet, if you’re a woman analytic for a hairstyle, that’s absolutely what you might find.

I am baffled by the affection of apps Apple allows into this store. In fact, it gives me not-so-fond memories of being an early Android user. They’re not all bad, it’s just that you can only find good ones by blow or recommendation.

Is AR going to make our life better or turn it into a daydream absoluteness overlaid with ceaseless ads? At SXSW we watched the short film HYPER-REALITY by Keiichi Matsuda with Galit Ariel, who’s publishing a book on our AR future: Augmenting Alice. Matsuda’s film shows a accessible dystopian future of AR and we wanted to know if Ariel anticipation it might be coming true. Spoiler: it already is.