Weekly Web Harvest for 2020-06-07
- Bankrupt Hertz Wants In on Robinhood’s Investors – Bloomberg
This theory is that the stock market is a fun casino, and you should buy stocks because they will go up and down in exciting fashion and might make you rich quick. This is a very old theory, and I suspect that for much of the history of financial markets it was considerably more popular and better supported than the discounted-present-value-of-cash-flows thing.
- Will they suspend me? – Posts
Official FB account of the @suspendthepres twitter experiment. A lot of people requested I ask the same question here and run the experiment on Facebook. Let’s see what happens.
This account will post verbatim what the President tweets. Retweets will not be posted unless the President adds his own comment to them. You will see these as the Presidents comment followed by a link to the tweet in question. Let’s see if it gets suspended for violating Facebook’s TOS. Follow along with this social experiment and please share. Report any posts you think violate the rules.
Facebook’s algorithm significantly differs from Twitter. On FB you need to interact with this pages posts in some fashion in order to continue to see updates. Otherwise, turning on notifications is an easy way to go as well.
- What Is Elite TikTok? – The New York Times
“I’m definitely on Elite TikTok or Alt TikTok,” she said, “but this week I found myself on Deep TikTok.” DeepTok is the even more bizarre cousin of Alt TikTok or Elite TikTok. In her Medium post, Ms. Merrilees describes DeepTok as “if deep-fried memes came to life.”
- Optimizing keyboard navigation using tabindex and ARIA — Sara Soueidan – Freelance-Front-End UI/UX Developer
- How the Internet Gets Inside Us | The New Yorker
And the actual essay from 2011
- Visakan Veerasamy on Twitter: “My favorite essay of all time was written in 2011, and pretty much predicted the inevitability of today’s culture wars (because it happened throughout history over and over again with the advent of each new piece of new medi
- Jim Waterson on Twitter: “The recently-sacked human journalists at MSN have been told to stop leaking to me about what the robot is doing. If you’re a human MSN journalist currently trying to stop the Microsoft’s robot reporting on itself then my DM/Whats
- ear to face AI
- Student-Athletes Will Soon Be Social Media Influencers. And One College Program Is Helping Them Do It. | FiveThirtyEight
But unlike other student-athletes around the country, each and every Husker — from the senior starting point guard to the redshirt javelin thrower — will have an entire team dedicated to helping them build and maximize their personal brands.