Weekly Links & Thoughts #180

Here is this week’s issue of meshedsociety.com weekly, loaded with interesting analyses and essays, significant yet under-reported information bits as well as thoughtful opinion pieces from the digital and technology world. Usually published every Wednesday/Thursday (CET),  just in time so you have something good to read over the weekend.

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Podcast episode of the week:

  • Pessimists’ Archive: The Subway
    When the first Subways were built, many people were scared to explore this new method of transportation – because at that time, underground for many was still associated with hell and other superstitious evilness, according to the latest enlightening episode of the Pessimists’ Archive.

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