After Advertising Dies What’s Next for the Web?

With more and more users accessing websites through mobile devices, and news that Apple is going to let users block ads on websites on those devices, what comes next? What will the web look like if the advertising market dries up and websites can no longer turn a profit from it? Will we see more…

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Reading – Pocket for iOS adds the ability to listen to articles with new text-to-speech feature

This is actually really cool for me. Let me tell you why. As much as I travel for work, and spend so much time on airplanes, in cabs, on public transport, on shuttles between Corvallis and the Portland Airport, and so on, you’d think I’d get a lot of reading done. But I don’t. I’m very susceptible to motion sickness when I try and read.

What I’m Reading (weekly)

eDiscovery: Opportunities for Creative Thinking by IT Professionals tags: MM LitSupport How self-publishing on LinkedIn can elevate your professional profile tags: MM SocNetPres The Internet’s Original Sin tags: MM SocNetPres When Social Media and Predictive Coding Collide tags: MM LitSupport iOS bug sends iPhones into endless crash cycle when exposed to rogue Wi-Fi — Be…

Hey Siri Voice Activation

Today, I saw this tweet about the new Amazon Echo: An open mic in my house 24/7? I don’t think so. Amazon’s Echo Might Be Its Most Important Product In Years http://t.co/WPgnJVqgxW — Andrew Collier (@drewcollier) November 8, 2014 Now why do I bring this up? Because iOS now has a similar feature. When your…