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The annoying state of Internet subscriptions I’d like to see something that would make “subscribe” a verb of the Internet, like "go” and “contact”.


Your startup’s blog should be on Medium. Why your startup's blog (at least the first one) should be on Medium.
2015-10-17 — #en #blogging #howto


Google, Facebook, monarchy and democracy. It’s not how they use the enormous power they have. It’s who controls it.
Could Apple disrupt Search? Could Spotlight challenge Google’s dominant position?
Social networks with a purpose. They have a social graph even if we didn’t notice.
2014-04-25 — #en #social


When it comes to privacy, proof is better than promise -and it helps us sleep better at night. As a young tech startup planning to offer cloud storage services, we at Longaccess decided to treat our own service the same way we treat any service we use to store our data: with extreme suspicion.
Designing a cloud storage service: pen or pencil? Embracing limitations by design.
2013-09-05 — #en #longaccess
Privacy is not dead Privacy is not dead, it may very well be the next big thing.
2013-08-30 — #en #privacy
public-key cryptography for non-geeks It's not as complicated as you think.
2013-08-28 — #en #howto
They are social places, not networks Even though the connections of each individual user are his social network, these sites (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.) are not social networks. They are social networking places.
2013-07-11 — #en #social
Your 2-year old can use the iPad. So what. I find it amusing when other parents brag that their kids can use the iPad.
on PRISM and US data hosting A worried tech entrepreneur’s thoughts after PRISM-related news.
My daughter changed my perception of time. My daughter turned two a couple of weeks ago. Being a parent is an amazing experience, the kind of experience that makes one think of the world and oneself in a different way.