What’s Worth Reading Today

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It was a hectic Monday, but I did manage to read some good stuff with my morning cup of tea and then later, over post-lunch espresso. I hope you get a chance to read these technology stories that will be worth your time.

  • Inside Facebook: Two years that shook the company. [Wired Magazine]
  • $150 million in funding later, SigFox (IOT network provider) is skating on thin ice, with more competition looming. [E.E. Times]
  • Why SigFox might be in trouble. [Fierce Wireless]
  • Computer vision is good at recognizing white faces. [NYTimes]
  • The Cloud Act is going to be a major disaster. [EFF]
  • Here is a Alternative point of view on why the Cloud Act is good. [Lawfare Blog]
  • The Myth of the Focus Group. Alternatively: No one care what you think. [The Guardian]
  • PixelBuds are not great. AirPods are excellent. [Fred Wilson]
  • Not everyone is having a bad year in Music. [BandCamp]

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