#50 March 2023 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

AI still has a way to go.

A bunch of things (which I tweeted) for your eyes and ears plus brain to spend time on.


The superb and erudite Jaron Lanier schooling us all on what AI means.

An in-depth article detailing how Block Inc., formerly known as Square Inc., operated by praised tech bros fraudulently created wealth beyond belief.

We can only hope that treaties such as these at the UN can protect international waters finally.

Still use RSS myself (like all of you should) but check out this great How to Take Back Control of What You Read on the Internet article on why it’s important to control your media menu.

New paper from StanfordVR peeps on the mechanisms responsible for Zoom (and other video conferencing) Fatigue and who suffers most from it.

This should be in every country / city in the world: Kyoto to introduce Japan’s first empty homes tax.



Tour this amazingly detailed 3D scan of the Tomb of Ramesses II via this ace website.

10 links in 10 minutes (my mate’s wonderfully curated weekly newsletter you should subscribe to).

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