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Best podcasts about daniel lyons

Latest podcast episodes about daniel lyons

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis
Tribe 22 adds two more, a look at possible SEC expansion

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 74:53


FSU's recruiting class experienced two more impact additions in the form of Daughtry Richardson and Daniel Lyons. We also spend a good chunk of time detailing the possible move of Texas and Oklahoma to SEC and what the impact would be on FSU.

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"Super League": Commits in the Trenches & Conference Realignment

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 29:47


Max is riding with y'all into the week solo with your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast. Today, Max discusses the recent commitments of Daniel Lyons and Daughtry Richardson at positions of need & also gives his take on the much talked about conference realignment and the state of college football moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Seminoles
"Super League": Commits in the Trenches & Conference Realignment

Locked On Seminoles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 29:47


Max is riding with y'all into the week solo with your favorite daily Florida State Seminoles sports podcast. Today, Max discusses the recent commitments of Daniel Lyons and Daughtry Richardson at positions of need & also gives his take on the much talked about conference realignment and the state of college football moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU gets 3 new commits: Florida State football recruiting analysis, breakdown

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 9:39


Florida State Seminoles football had another big weekend, taking advantage of the recruiting dead period ending to nab two commits in offensive lineman Daughtry Richardson and defensive tackle Daniel Lyons. The FSU staff picked up a mid-week commitment from class of 2023 quarterback Chris Parson as well. To break down the newest commits, Kevin Little, Adam Brown and Perry Kostidakis Scouting Report Daughtry Richardson Richardson possesses the hips you love to see from an OL prospect. He is explosive through his glutes and hips when he is driving people often knocking them up and backwards. Richardson is a true tackle prospect who possesses the length and feet you want out of a tackle. You may also notice how he finishes during his highlights. It has become a point of emphasis for these players to finish blocks. Daniel Lyons New school DT prospect to attack the space race. Lyons is an up the field penetrator who has an explosive get off and fits well in a one gap scheme. I anticipate the FSU defense becoming more one gap so Lyons seems like a natural fit. Long and explosive are great traits to find in a new school DT prospect. Remember to subscribe on YouTube and to the pod channel to get the latest Tomahawk Nation offerings first. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message

SCOTUScast
Facebook Inc. v. Duguid - Post-Decision SCOTUScast

SCOTUScast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 22:07


On April 1, 2021 the Supreme Court decided Facebook Inc. v. Duguid. The issue was whether the definition of an "automatic telephone dialing system" in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 encompasses any device that can “store” and “automatically dial” telephone numbers, even if the device does not “us[e] a random or sequential number generator.”In a 9-0 opinion authored by Justice Sotamayor, the Court reversed the ruling of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and remanded the case. The Supreme Court held, “To qualify as an ‘automatic telephone dialing system’ under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, a device must have the capacity either to store, or to produce, a telephone number using a random or sequential number generator.” This decision narrows the federal robocoll ban. Scott D. Delacourt, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP and Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law at Boston College School of Law, joins us today for a conversation moderated by Danielle Thumann, Attorney Advisor for FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.

Teleforum
Courthouse Steps Decision Teleforum: Facebook v. Duguid

Teleforum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 53:36


On April 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Facebook in Facebook v. Duguid. Writing for the unanimous court, Justice Sonia Sotomayor explained that a device must have the capacity to store or produce a telephone number using a number generator. Justice Samuel Alito filed an opinion concurring in the judgment.Telecommunications law experts Scott Delacourt and Daniel Lyons discuss the ruling and implications.Featuring: -- Scott D. Delacourt, Partner, Wiley-- Prof. Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law, Boston College School of Law-- Moderator: Danielle Thumann, Attorney Advisor, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr

SCOTUScast
Facebook Inc. v. Duguid - Post-Argument SCOTUScast

SCOTUScast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 18:03


On December 8, 2020, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Facebook Inc. v. Duguid. The issue presented was whether the definition of an "automatic telephone dialing system" in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 encompasses any device that can “store” and “automatically dial” telephone numbers, even if the device does not “us[e] a random or sequential number generator.”Megan Brown, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP, and Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law at Boston College Law School, join us today to discuss this case's oral argument.

Une fois dans l'Ouest
Ils se retrouvent 73 ans après le Débarquement - Une fois dans l'Ouest

Une fois dans l'Ouest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 13:10


C’est une petite histoire dans la grande Histoire. La rencontre d’une petite fille normande avec l’un de ses libérateurs. C’était il y a plus de 76 ans, le 6 juin 1944, dans la cuisine d’une maison de Ranville dans le Calvados, quelques heures avant le Débarquement des Alliés sur les côtes normandes. Thérèse, du haut de ses 5 ans, n’a jamais oublié cette nuit où elle vit débarquer dans la maison familiale les premiers parachutistes anglais du Jour-J. Parmi eux, Daniel Lyons de la 6th Airbone Division, le jeune britannique de 19 ans tentera de lui offrir du chocolat, en vain. "Dans mon imaginaire, je pensais que c'était un allemand " confie Thérèse aujourd’hui âgée de 81 ans. La suite de cette histoire va s’écrire 73 ans plus tard, en juin 2017... Bonne écoute ! Vous pouvez également retrouver les témoignages de Thérèse et Daniel dans le Tome 2 de "Till Victory : lettres du Jour J à la victoire" écrit par Clément Horvath, auteur également du documentaire « Red Beret and Dark Chocolate » qui retrace cette rencontre. Réalisation : Ronan Coquelin Crédit photo : Nathalie Monsaint-Baudry Crédits musiques : - "Question Time" Paul Reeves (Atmosphere Music Ltd) - "Shimmering Instrumental" Nate Morgan (NSLE Music) - "Tense Trial" Bob Bradley / Joshua Thomas Weller (Bruton Music Ltd) - "Double Life Instrumental" Florian Moenks / Matthew Anderson (Atmosphere Music Ltd) - "All this way" Matthew Nicholson (NSLE Music) - "A New Dawn" Adam John Salkeld / Neil Pollard (Chappell Recorded Music Library Ltd)

Teleforum
Courthouse Steps Oral Argument Teleforum: Facebook Inc. v. Duguid

Teleforum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2020 51:54


The case of Facebook Inc. v. Duguid will have oral arguments before the Supreme Court on December 8, 2020. At issue in the case is the Telephone Consumer Protection Act's definition of "automatic telephone dialing system," and whether this phrase includes any device that can store and dial phone numbers, event if “us[e] a random or sequential number generator.” Megan Brown and Prof. Daniel Lyons join us to discuss the case and its implications.Feauturing: -- Megan L. Brown, Partner, Wiley Rein-- Prof. Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law, Boston College School of Law

Supéralo Por Favor
05- Supera los Prejuicios de Ser Transgénero

Supéralo Por Favor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 40:16


En el episodio de hoy nos acompaña Daniel Lyons, un querido amigo que hace un año comenzó su proceso de transición. Daniel es un hombre transgénero y nos platica de su experiencia en el proceso de transición y nos aclara algunos mitos e información errónea que existe sobre las personas transgénero. Daniel es maestro y escritor y puedes encontrar su trabajo en su blog y ser testigo de su proceso de transición en su instagram @daniel_lyonsss

RTP's Free Lunch Podcast
Deep Dive 72 – The Net Neutrality Saga: Mozilla v. FCC

RTP's Free Lunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 48:47


Earlier in October, the D.C. Circuit issued its long-awaited opinion in Mozilla v. Federal Communications Commission in which the court largely upheld the Commission’s 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom Order that reversed the Obama Administration’s 2015 decision to apply common carrier regulation to the Internet. While the court upheld the bulk of the agency’s actions as reasonable under the Supreme Court’s rulings in Chevron and Brand X, the court also found that the agency lacked plenary preemption authority over state efforts to regulate the Internet under the FCC’s theory of the case. As such, this case does not mark the end of the net neutrality debate; instead, it simply closes one chapter and opens a new one.In this episode, a panel of legal and economic experts share their views of the court’s reasoning and of the implications of this case upon the on-going net neutrality debate.Featuring:- Russell P. Hanser, Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP- Prof. Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law, Boston College Law School- Dr. George S. Ford, Chief Economist, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies- Moderator: Lawrence J. Spiwak, President, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy StudiesVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

RTP's Free Lunch Podcast
Deep Dive 72 – The Net Neutrality Saga: Mozilla v. FCC

RTP's Free Lunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 48:47


Earlier in October, the D.C. Circuit issued its long-awaited opinion in Mozilla v. Federal Communications Commission in which the court largely upheld the Commission’s 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom Order that reversed the Obama Administration’s 2015 decision to apply common carrier regulation to the Internet. While the court upheld the bulk of the agency’s actions as reasonable under the Supreme Court’s rulings in Chevron and Brand X, the court also found that the agency lacked plenary preemption authority over state efforts to regulate the Internet under the FCC’s theory of the case. As such, this case does not mark the end of the net neutrality debate; instead, it simply closes one chapter and opens a new one.In this episode, a panel of legal and economic experts share their views of the court’s reasoning and of the implications of this case upon the on-going net neutrality debate.Featuring:- Russell P. Hanser, Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP- Prof. Daniel Lyons, Professor of Law, Boston College Law School- Dr. George S. Ford, Chief Economist, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies- Moderator: Lawrence J. Spiwak, President, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy StudiesVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

Bloomberg Law
Fight Over FCC's Repeal of Net Neutrality

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2019 8:16


Daniel Lyons, Law Professor at Boston College Law School discusses round 4 in the fight over the FCC's repeal of net neutrality rules. He speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Fight Over FCC’s Repeal of Net Neutrality

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2019 8:16


Daniel Lyons, Law Professor at Boston College Law School discusses round 4 in the fight over the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality rules. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.

Your Weekly Constitutional
Net Neutrality and Free Speech

Your Weekly Constitutional

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2018 52:59


Recently, the Federal Communications Commission reversed an Obama-era regulation requiring something called “net neutrality.” What, precisely, is “net neutrality,” and how might it affect free speech? Turns out, nobody’s sure, but it could be “a lot.” We’ll speak with Roy Gutterman, the Director of Syracuse University’s Tully Center for Free Speech. We'll also speak with Daniel Lyons of Boston College Law School.

Bloomberg Law
Trump Reportedly Mulled Firing Mueller

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2018 16:02


Jeffrey Cramer, managing director of the Berkeley Research Group, discusses reports that President Trump tried to fire special counsel Robert Mueller in June of 2017, but relented after White House Counsel Don McGahn refused to carry out the order and threatened to resign. Plus, Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discusses New York's plans to force broadband companies to honor the spirit of net neutrality rules, which were rolled back by the FCC last year. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Trump Reportedly Mulled Firing Mueller

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2018 16:02


Jeffrey Cramer, managing director of the Berkeley Research Group, discusses reports that President Trump tried to fire special counsel Robert Mueller in June of 2017, but relented after White House Counsel Don McGahn refused to carry out the order and threatened to resign. Plus, Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discusses New York's plans to force broadband companies to honor the spirit of net neutrality rules, which were rolled back by the FCC last year. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso. 

Bloomberg Law
Mueller Shows Interest in Interviewing Trump (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2018 16:32


Bradley Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid Plc., discusses new reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is looking to interview President Trump as he continues to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election. Plus, Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discusses new efforts to bring about net neutrality laws on a state level after FCC chairman Ajit Pai rolled back the Obama-era internet rules. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Mueller Shows Interest in Interviewing Trump (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2018 16:32


Bradley Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid Plc., discusses new reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is looking to interview President Trump as he continues to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election. Plus, Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discusses new efforts to bring about net neutrality laws on a state level after FCC chairman Ajit Pai rolled back the Obama-era internet rules. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Bloomberg Law
Bloomberg Law Brief: AT&T-Time Warner Deal in Jeopardy (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2017 4:43


Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discusses reports that the U.S. Justice Department is “actively” considering a lawsuit to block AT&T's $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner. He speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Law. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Bloomberg Law Brief: AT&T-Time Warner Deal in Jeopardy (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2017 4:43


Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discusses reports that the U.S. Justice Department is “actively” considering a lawsuit to block AT&T’s $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner. He speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Law.

Bloomberg Law
Bloomberg Law Brief: Request to Overturn Net Neutrality (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2017 4:01


Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University School of Law, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discuss why AT&T and other broadband providers are asking the Supreme Court to overturn the Obama-era "net neutrality" rule, which bars internet service providers from slowing or blocking rivals' content. They speak with Bloomberg's Michael Best and June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Law. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Bloomberg Law Brief: Request to Overturn Net Neutrality (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2017 4:01


Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University School of Law, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College Law School, discuss why AT&T and other broadband providers are asking the Supreme Court to overturn the Obama-era "net neutrality" rule, which bars internet service providers from slowing or blocking rivals' content. They speak with Bloomberg's Michael Best and June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Law.

Bloomberg Law
New FCC Commissioner Offers New View on Net Neutrality (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2017 10:28


(Bloomberg) -- Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University Law School, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discuss new FCC commissioner Ajit Pai's views on net neutrality. They speak with June Grasso and Greg Stohr on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
New FCC Commissioner Offers New View on Net Neutrality (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2017 10:28


(Bloomberg) -- Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University Law School, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discuss new FCC commissioner Ajit Pai’s views on net neutrality. They speak with June Grasso and Greg Stohr on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Bloomberg Law
Internet Regulations Have Short Lifespan Under Trump (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2017 13:30


(Bloomberg) -- Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University Law School, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discusses how a Trump presidency will impact the future of internet privacy regulations. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bloomberg Law
Internet Regulations Have Short Lifespan Under Trump (Audio)

Bloomberg Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2017 13:30


(Bloomberg) -- Enrique Armijo, a professor at Elon University Law School, and Daniel Lyons, a professor at Boston College School of Law, discusses how a Trump presidency will impact the future of internet privacy regulations. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

FedSoc Events
RESOLVED: The FCC Does Not Have the Legal Authority to Implement Net Neutrality 1-8-2016

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2016 72:06


The FCC derives its legal authority almost entirely from statutes that predate the Internet--primarily from the 1934 Communications Act, which was designed for the regulation of a national telephone monopolist, and the 1996 Telecommunications Act, which was designed to incrementally deregulate the communications industry as the vestiges of that national monopoly gave way to competition. Over the past 20 years, the Internet has become the foundation of the communications industry, playing a role similar to that of the monopoly-provided telecommunications services that the FCC has traditionally regulated. There is unquestionably more competition today than there was in 1934, but perhaps not as much as was hoped in 1996. The FCC’s Open Internet Order, in which the FCC brought Internet Service Providers within the regulatory framework initially created in 1934, presents a compelling example of an agency struggling to find a new role in a changed industry – struggling to imbue old statutes with broad grants of power to govern what the FCC, but perhaps not Congress, believes are issues properly within its ambit. In doing so, the Order thrusts the FCC into current debates about the scope of the administrative state, the potential revival of the major questions doctrine, and the potential demise of Chevron. Framed by these issues, this debate will consider whether the FCC’s Open Internet Order fits within the agency’s statutory authority. -- This debate took place during the 18th Annual Faculty Conference at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel in New York, NY on January 8, 2016. -- Featuring: Prof. Adam Candeub, Michigan State University School of Law; Prof. Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, Nebraska College of Law; Mr. Geoffrey Manne, International Center for Law and Economics; and Prof. James Speta, Northwestern University School of Law. Moderator: Prof. Daniel Lyons, Boston College Law School.

IT 公论
Episode 153: URL 的终结?

IT 公论

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2015 113:05


两封非常深入的听众反馈,Rio 的 Apple Watch(负面)体验,和《IT 公论》「抢生意」的 Vox + LOOP,以及 Mike Matas 新作、Facebook 的 Instant Articles。 每月三十元,支持不鸟万如一和 Rio 把《IT 公论》做成最好的科技播客。请访问 itgonglun.com/member。若您无意入会,但喜欢某一期节目,也欢迎用支付宝支付小费(建议金额:一元、五元或十元人民币):hi@itgonglun.com 或扫描下方二维码。 上期节目播出之后,我们收到了两封非常深入的用户反馈。长期以来,电邮是我们和各位会员主要的交流方式。这次的两封邮件令我们深信电邮比论坛、通讯群、和各类线上社区更能催生细致而理性的讨论。我们也为拥有像各位一样的朋友感到骄傲。 Facebook 近日推出的 Instant Articles 功能无疑是吸引媒体全身心拥抱 Facebook 的又一招杀手锏。Facebook 想对美国的媒体做微信对中国媒体做的事情,它野心更大,且毫不掩饰。 一言以蔽之,Instant Articles 是网页文章的美图秀秀。它不仅让网页在 Facebook 的原生软件(目前只对 iPhone 版生效)里能够排出美观、无边框、富于交互性的版式,还大大提升了文章的加载速度——大概是一秒和七秒的区别。虽然这些文章最终是给读者看的,但 Instant Articles 功能面对的「用户」是媒体:《纽约时报》、BuzzFeed 等等。目前若想体验该功能的效果,请在 Facebook.app 里搜索 BuzzFeed,找到题为「13 Steps to Instantly Improve Your Day」的文章点开即可。 几个月前传出了 Facebook 试图邀请部分媒体将内容托管在 Facebook 里的新闻。条件不可谓不优厚:Facebook 负担所有的流量费用,免费提供技术支持。媒体销售人员卖出的广告 Facebook 分文不取;Facebook 销售人员替媒体卖出的广告,七成分给媒体。如今 Instant Articles 一出,连版式设计与用户体验的问题都帮你解决好了。简单来说,对于一线媒体而言,选择与 Facebook 合作不仅可以省去不少流量与技术维护成本,拿到现成的活跃渠道,还可以让你的页面读起来更舒服,加载速度更快。似乎完全没有拒绝的理由。媒体一旦入局,保留自己专门的 URL 和网站的意义就不多了。 这有点像前些年发生在企业软件领域的事。原本死都不放心把公司电邮放在别人家服务器的 IT 主管,渐渐意识到把电邮、日历、地址本业务外包给 Google(Google Apps)要比自己辛苦维护靠谱得多。从「自己动手丰衣足食」(Not invented here)到「让专业人做专业事」是 IT 领域的大势所趋。 媒体不擅长什么?做网站、维护网站、做 app、维护 app——最好的工程师很少会去媒体上班。这些事交给 Facebook 去做绝对是正确的选择。但别忘了还有一句口水话叫「如果不付费,你就不是用户,而是被卖掉的产品」。这对于活人成立,对于企业同样成立。免费享用 Facebook 一流技术服务以及流量必定会有代价,这代价就是丧失控制权。 控制什么?首先是表现形式。Instant Articles 再好看,也只不过是一种以不变应万变(one size fits all)的解决方案。面对各家媒体在品牌形象和设计上的多样需求,Facebook 愿意配合定制到哪一步,目前尚不可知。必须明白的一点是,「定制」和软件天生就存在矛盾。定制就是专有,就是不可复用,这和软件代码的诉求截然相反。手工艺品与西装的定制被传为佳话,而如果你写一个软件偏要用全世界没多少人用的定制技术,吃苦的肯定是你自己。这种本质性的悖论决定了工程思维主导的产品无法实现彻底的定制。对于重视自己独特表现形式的媒体,这是需要仔细考虑的。 更重要的是对读者信息的控制。运营过微信公众账号的朋友知道,你能看到哪些用户关注了你,但看不到她们的微信号。换言之,假如某位用户取消了关注,你就永久性地失去了她。你的电脑上不会有一个大大的装满读者资料的 Excel 表格。在我看来,Facebook 同样没有任何动机将用户信息提供给媒体。这对媒体而言是致命的。 从读者的角度说,不妨想一下你更愿意把个人信息交给哪一方。传统智慧认为 Facebook 靠卖你的信息为生,但媒体难道不是?要想让自己心安,付钱是唯一保险的办法。一手交钱,一手交货,就是这么简单。这种小卖部卖香烟的商业模式听起来可能不够酷,但不要忘记你是一个听为成年人准备的科技播客的成年人。酷不酷这种事,就用著名 funk 乐队 Tower of Power 一九七三年的经典《What is Hip》来说明吧: So you became part of the new breed Been smokin’ only the best weed Been hangin’ out on the so-called hippest set Being seen at all the right places Being seen with just the right faces You should be satisfied Still it ain’t quite right What is hip? Tell me, tell me if you think you know What is hip? If you was really hip The passing years would show You into a hip trip Maybe hipper than hip But what is hip? 不鸟万如一最近在玩的 app(Rio 最近没有玩什么 app) 改版后的 Droplr 最近我们读的一些文章 Palo Alto 中学生为什么纷纷自杀? 又有一个人要改变美国人的饮食习惯,他姓 Musk 相关链接 David Foster Wallace Social engineering Matt Gemmell: Distractions 木遥的中国政治坐标系测试 Vox 和 LOOP 《Silicon Valley》 Dan Lyons (Fake Steve Jobs) Alec Berg 《Seinfeld》 《Curb Your Enthusiasm》 Instant Articles Mike Matas Wil Shipley Delicious Library Delicious Generation 《Our Choice》 Droplr 人物简介 不鸟万如一:字节社创始人。 Rio: Apple4us 程序员。