@daniels Hello Daniel. Glad you enjoyed the essay. As a potential solution to your previous question about search engines, someone on the Hacker News thread for my essay recommended "Million Short" https://millionshort.com/ to search by filtering out the top n websites (from a 100 to a million). Seems like a neat way to get to some of the less-known sites that are not as well-ranked. I must really remember to use it more often.
Thank you to everyone who watched and reacted to my talk "Against an Increasingly User-Hostile Web" at @ParisWeb
2020. To download the PDF slide: uncompressed (13,6 Mo): https://neustadt.fr/resc/User-hostile-web-slides.pdf or compressed (2,9 Mo): https://neustadt.fr/resc/User-hostile-web-slides-compressed.pdf. Merci à tout le monde !
My talk at #ParisWeb2020 will begin at 11h Paris time (so in a little over an hour): https://paris-web.fr/2020/conferences/against-an-increasingly-user-hostile-web.php
I'll post a link to the YouTube Live video in about an hour.
Next week, I'll be speaking about the web (and how it's increasingly user-hostile) at #ParisWeb 2020. The talk will be streamed, subtitled and viewable Thursday, 1 October at 11h (CEST). Do register if you're interested. See you at the Q&A session maybe? https://www.paris-web.fr/2020/conferences/against-an-increasingly-user-hostile-web.php
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