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Eli Pariser
Tech + democracy + media. Wrote "The Filter Bubble," ran , co-founded . Neologist/humanist/husband/dad. "We are what we pretend to be." -- KV
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David Roberts Aug 15
Well hello there.
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Elizabeth Lopatto Aug 15
as your strategic thot partner, I will walk you through the amazing WeWork IPO filing
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Eli Pariser Aug 15
Things that are not woke:
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Gene Park Aug 14
Ok Gen Z fine, here’s a tip to conquer a millennial: they’re broken but they vaguely remember hope. Just google and show them this 2008 video “Ive got a crush on Obama”. They’ll weaken immediately and that’s your chance to strike.
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Vivian Schiller Aug 14
This is spectacularly good news.
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
Replying to @elipariser
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
Dear market-literate people: I feel like I've read roughly 10 NYT stories, sprinkled through the last year, about how bond markets are signaling a recession. Here are a few, below. Why does this story keep dropping as if it's new?
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
Yes! /Adele (as she will heretofore be known) speaks truth on deepfake hysteria and the "weaponization of context" in the NYT today.
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
"the Blue Wall of the Midwest was [in 2016], and is now, the ONLY viable path for Trump to win the White House." cc
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
Who could have guessed?
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Eli Pariser Aug 14
The consciousness of the world may already be elevating!
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Replying to @jbenton
Succession is pretty good and basically the same thing
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
My main reaction to this: Wow, Succession really nailed their Season Two plotline.
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Most platforms as they exist today have a much wider ambit, including their own "mall cops" (to use Ethan's metaphor).
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Second a lot of what said. I don't know a ton about toll roads but my impression is that it's a pretty narrow franchise -- e.g. the vendor may not get to invent new rules, and the policing function is still run by the state.
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Network effects (but hadn't seen your other tweet yet)
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Ah OK. Interesting point.
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
But wouldn't that suggest the opposite? E.g. that if you can run a large consumer business that doesn't rely on ads without network effects (Netflix), it should be easier to do so with them?
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
Why qualify with "with strong network effects," other than to exclude Netflix? Do you think that having strong network effects makes it more necessary to have ads?
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Eli Pariser Aug 13
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