This was what pushed me over the threshold:
'We found that Google tracking infrastructure is on 92 of the top 100 most popular websites and on 923 of the top 1,000 websites. This means that Google's ability to track users on popular websites is unparalleled, and it approaches the level of surveillance that only an Internet Service Providercan achieve.'
2015 Web Privacy Census
An extremely rare YouTube page with good comments.
“In 1984 Muji commissioned Haruomi Hosono to compose in-store background music.”
My reply to a Google recruiter:
Software developers in NYC, here is a job at MoMA Digital Media you should check out. I worked on this team and had a great time.
I wrote a script to find the least popular US baby names according to the Social Security Administration.
tired: google's secret china project "effectively ended" after internal confrontation
wired: google was reading user search queries en masse in violation of its own internal privacy controls in order to build dragonfly block lists
Listen to an audiobook. https://librivox.org/ has free, public domain books recorded by volunteers.
props to Mark Thomas.
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