As is traditional, here are the Top Posts of 2016 at Digitopoly
Articles from Digitopoly
Hello good readers! It is time once again for a retrospective look at the top ten digital events of 2016. And what a year it was – elections, political intrigue, hacking, and more! Some very impressive people and action deserve their just rewards, i.e., fifteen seconds of snarky comments.
I participated at an interesting panel at an antitrust conference in Brussels today. I was about big data and whether it will be a problem for competition policy. This is something that has been widely discussed but there is little resolution on the issue.
This is just a pointer to two new (non-technical) papers of mine that look at the implications of various falling costs associated with new technologies.
Delivered on Nov. 12, on the occasion of Eli’s Bar-Mitzvah.
My dear son, awesome Eli.
This may be the last time in the next few years I can get your attention for an uninterrupted five minutes. Sorry to do this in public. Try to smile.
Rob Gebelhoff of the Washington Post wrote an awesome piece about the latest Wikipedia research to come from Feng Zhu, Yuan (Grace) Gu, and yours truly.