Weekly Web Harvest for 2018-04-29
- JOSEPH BEUYS: I LIKE AMERICA AND AMERICA LIKES ME | Kids of Dada
In 1974, Beuys spent three days in a room with a wild coyote for his performance, I Like America and America Likes Me.
- The Ratio Tracker — Data For Progress
Twitter occupies a relatively small share of the American public, but counts essentially every public figure among its daily active users. As much of elite communication takes place on this online platform, we at Data for Progress feel that it is important to provide some insight on how political elites use the platform, and how their audiences respond. In this spirit, we will be providing periodic analyses into various aspects of the Twittersphere.
- You Can’t Opt Out Of Sharing Your Data, Even If You Didn’t Opt In | FiveThirtyEight
It’s what happens when one person’s voluntary disclosure of personal information exposes the personal information of others who had no say in the matter. Your choices didn’t cause the breach. Your choices can’t prevent it, either. Welcome to a world where you can’t opt out of sharing, even if you didn’t opt in.
- ?? Dashan on Twitter: “Seen at a Harbin restaurant: swinging cradle for your phone, I’m told to cheat the “10k steps/day” test & qualify for health insurance discounts, presumably while you relax, eat & drink more, or have another cigarette.… https:
- README.md – animated-thing
music box tool and an interesting option for an intro to coding workshop