Tag Archives: NY Times

The maximum number of social networks that the human brain can handle

From the NY Times, Randall Stross writes about smaller social networks with specific limitations designed to offer users a more intimate experience. They allow you to communicate  to smaller groups of people which will facilitate communication without self-censorship or worry about who is reading your comments. Though the article mentions this as useful for use among […]

Stolen health records

This blog article from the NY Times tells the story of the theft of 780,000 health records from the state of Utah. Ordinarily this would fall outside of my interests because it is more a description of criminality than activism. But a little less than half way through the article we get a quote from Eddie […]