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Cennydd
Designer and writer · Previously , · Ethics of future technologies, connected intelligence, time signatures, bright lights.
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Tom Boughton 11h
Paths of 800 unmanned bicycles being pushed until they fall over 😍🚴‍♂️⚡️🚴‍♂️😍
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Cennydd Jan 22
Back at the BBC for another design sprint and, in a world first, working with .
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Cennydd Jan 20
Replying to @thierry_ennui_
We miss you too man. See you soon I hope.
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Jon Kolko Jan 20
In case you didn't see it yesterday, I published a free book - How I Teach - summarizing 15 years of teaching. - please RT :)
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Cennydd Jan 19
A whole new manipulation vector just opened up: we’ll see co-ordinated campaigns to delegitimise sources. Facebook know this, of course. Let’s hope they mitigate it properly.
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Cennydd Jan 19
Replying to @livlab @gretared
A strong guess; those particular ones are automated. Twitter has a few editorialised Moments teams but not at this granular level. So this will inherit all the gender bias of Twitter the ecosystem.
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Cennydd Jan 19
terrible people: ‘stop calling us terrible people’
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Cennydd Jan 19
Replying to @joelanman
Essentially ‘carefully dosed’, going with the pseudoscience theme.
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Cennydd Jan 18
Abby is 💯
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @sara_ann_marie @livlab
And here’s that piece, if of interest: /cc
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @Stonehippo
Glad you liked it, and thanks for the plug :)
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Cennydd Jan 18
First issue/episode of my email letter just went out. Check those spam folders, and subscribe here – – for future editions/volumes.
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @sara_ann_marie
Classic anti-intellectual maker-primacy. Writing a piece about this now, as it happens.
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @amberweinberg
You are not representative of mainstream users.
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @CatherineFlick
Let’s do that. I’ll drop a DM at some point, maybe after my project is done.
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Cennydd Jan 18
When people say “The web was better in [year]”, I often suspect a hinted parenthetical: “when people like us were the only ones on it.”
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @jordanmoore
And FB has such a large moat – it has all your friends, all the publishers (many using Instant Articles format), existing antispam mechanisms, and of course you already go there. I don’t see any RSS-esque solution becoming more appealing than that.
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @jordanmoore
Thanks for this thoughtful reply. I agree with a lot of what you say. My only big sticking point is the idea that a podcast-like UX could solve the value proposition issue. The value proposition is relative, though – unless it’s demonstrably better than News Feed it still fails
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @peterbihr
‘UX Designer’ ‘Gamer’
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Cennydd Jan 18
Replying to @CatherineFlick
That’s a stupid question actually - of course there is. I have a few ideas. But I’d love to chat more about it if you had time.
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