Empty offices, bazooka trickshots, taxes, and more: The weekly recap (2021#23)

So much cool stuff happening, and so little time… Stop fangirling rich people Rememeber this: big companies just want money, they are not your friends. They are guided ONLY by money, not by moral, ethics, or anything else you can think about. The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest Avoid Income Tax, on ProPublica The

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The weekly recap (2021#22)

Summer arrived to Paris (it only rained for two days this week). Busy schedules, but things are going nice (crossing fingers!). Let’s start with the few links I want to share this time: Yeah, it is super nice to receive packages the day after you buy them. This is not causing people to die working for Amazon. Keep walking, nothing

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The weekly recap (2021#20)

Really packed week, though the topics will feel quite familiar: There is no place like your smartphone Quite a nice read that makes you think about how society has changed in so little time. And while it might seem a stupid thing at first glance, I found myself reflected on some of the feelings that the article exposes, like the

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The weekly recap (2021#19)

Busy week, but somehow I managed to find some cool stuff to share. Let’s start: Apple vs Epic, the trial that keeps on giving I am getting low on popcorn reserves. Lots of documents and insights on how both companies operate. I particularly enjoyed seeing how much money Epic paid for its exclusives (I am very happy for some developers

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The weekly recap (2021#18)

Hectic week… sometimes unexpected tasks jeopardize you schedule. Coming back to normal now I hope. Anyway, really interesting stuff has been happening for the past few days. Let’s delve into it: Apple vs the world: episode #1 Recently Apple changed the way its users are noticed about how some apps track their information. This perturbation on the (advertisement) force has

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