The Global Internet: Does it Really Exist?
Podcast |
Track Changes
Publisher |
Postlight
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
Business
Management
Society & Culture
Technology
Publication Date |
Sep 10, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:35:29

There is no perfect freedom: This week on Track Changes, Paul and Rich sit down to discuss internet censorship on a global scale. We chat about how power impacts technology and information access and whether global software can really exist when countries have such different approaches to the internet. Also in this week’s Hello Postlight segment we meet Liran Okanon, a Senior Product Designer at Postlight, who talks about the importance of empathy in his work. 

 

Links: 

shutdown-economy.html"> Life in an Internet Shutdown - New York Times 

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There is no perfect freedom: This week on Track Changes, Paul and Rich sit down to discuss internet censorship on a global scale. We chat about how power impacts technology and information access and whether global software can really exist when countries have such different approaches to the internet. Also in this week’s Hello Postlight segment we meet Liran Okanon, a Senior Product Designer at Postlight, who talks about the importance of empathy in his work. 

 

Links: 

shutdown-economy.html"> Life in an Internet Shutdown - New York Times 

Revel 

Getaway Bar 

‘You Stink’: The fight to get rubbish off Beirut’s streets

WhatsApp 

Trakt 

WeChat 

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