Weekly Web Harvest for 2023-01-29

Meet the first-ever accessibility engineer at The Washington Post | Nieman Journalism Lab I’ve often found myself wishing conversations in this area were more inclusive of people with a diversity of backgrounds and identities. It’s essential to think about accessibility not just in the context of disability but also in the context of other inequities […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2023-01-22

Automatisch – Open Source Zapier Alternativeopen source ifttt/zapier h/t grant potter Pluralistic: Tiktok’s enshittification (21 Jan 2023) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory DoctorowHere is how platforms die: first, they are good to their users; then they abuse their users to make things better for their business customers; finally, they abuse those business customers to […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2023-01-15

Eduardi Tsokolakyan (@eduwoes) • Instagram photos and videosa really crazy variety of art techniques and examples of non-standard creation Michael Tsai – Blog – Reading Twitter and Mastodon in NetNewsWireI’m also using NetNewsWire for Mastodon. As with Twitter, what I like compared with a lot of the clients is that it works well for reading […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-12-25

The FCC can finally hammer predatory prison phone call companies, thanks to just-passed bill | TechCrunchA brand-new law (awaiting only the president’s signature) will let the Federal Communications Commission directly regulate rates in the notoriously predatory prison calling industry. Under the threat of having to provide a solid product for a reasonable price, companies may […]

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