Extraordinary movement in the phone hacking case today – and presumably only the beginning of a torrent of admissions and concessions. This is good. But there’s something about the indignation of the celebs (and near-celebs and non-celebs) caught up in the phone hacking mess – those whose names appeared on those long lists of ‘targets’… Continue reading Hacks hack
I blogged Tara Calishain and Rael Dornfest’s Google Hacks at the weekend and decided it was important enough to write up properly for ‘Bowbrick at Large‘ at Guardian Unlimited.
I think Google Hacks is an important book. It’s important because our lives are increasingly dependent on the Internet and because the fabric of our networked lives – from the web to wi-fi to mobile phones – is getting richer, more meaningful and more tightly woven. Content, applications and communities are more interconnected than ever… Continue reading Hacking networked reality