Seen in → No.91
I only scanned the three articles. I’ve been mainly working from home for 16 years and didn’t see anything I hadn’t read before but since they all came out recently, I thought it was an interesting micro-trend, and maybe some of you have more recently come to the indy or remote working beat: Tips from 16 years of working from home, A Year of Working Remotely, and Working From Home: A Beginner’s Guide.
- 🏕🕵🏼♂️ In the arghhhh!! burn it all down!! department. As summer camps turn on facial recognition, parents demand: More smiles, please “His phone rings 10 times a day with notifications from the summer camp’s facial-recognition service, which alerts him whenever one of his girls is photographed enjoying their newfound independence, going water-skiing or making a new friend.”
- Hand-Sculpted Archaeological Reconstructions of Ancient Faces “Nilsson’s forensic technique starts with an exact 3D replica of the original skull, scanned, printed, and then modeled by hand to reflect bone structure and tissue thickness based on the individual’s origin, sex, and estimated age at death.”
- 🍎💩 John Gruber on Siri, Privacy, and Trust. “But especially users of Siri, given Apple’s prominent position as a privacy focused company. Apple literally advertises on the basis of its user-focused privacy policies — but apparently the billboards should have read ‘What happens on your iPhone stays on your iPhone, except for some of your Siri recordings, which we listen to.’”
- 🇸🇬 Singapore Says Musk’s Electric Cars Are About ‘Lifestyle,’ Not Climate. “We are not interested in a lifestyle. We are interested in proper solutions that will address climate problems.”
- ⚫️ In “Pattern Recognition,” Anonymous Dressing Is the Way of the Future. “This is aspirational minimalism, that elusive, functional-first aesthetic that so few of us can actually manage to cultivate.”
- 🦜🎥 A mod that lets you play as birds in Red Dead Redemption 2.