SimonWoods
SimonWoods

Jamie Thingelstad’s post On Audience Capture is well worth a read. This is a good example as to why he is one of my favourite writers here on Micro.blog.

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RianVDM
RianVDM

@SimonWoods Oh nice, thanks for sharing. I've been looking for more tech-related folks so happy to find @jthingelstad. Subscribed to his newsletter too!

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moonmehta
moonmehta

@SimonWoods This is an excellent post by @jthingelstad, thanks for sharing.

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Annie
Annie

@SimonWoods I'm a @jthingelstad fan.

"When I think of my liberty I’m considering the ability to act as I please, without constraint and on my own discretion. That last part is the one that I worry about in regard to advertising, or algorithms prompting me with information. It is also the primary concern about audience capture."

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gregmoore
gregmoore

@SimonWoods Thank you for the recommendation. It’s even more exciting that he’s not writing on Substack so I have far more ability to read his work.

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SimonWoods
SimonWoods

@moonmehta @RianVDM It's always good to find clarity in any subject 👍

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SimonWoods
SimonWoods

@Annie What is strange for those of us of a certain age is that this was essentially assumed and known with regard to the web, and yet it has not been learned by newcomers seemingly over the past ten-to-fifteen years. Always good to see it making a comeback, however.

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SimonWoods
SimonWoods

@gregmoore Agreed; specifically, I like Buttondown a lot. Looking forward to using it again in the future.

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jthingelstad
jthingelstad

@SimonWoods thank you for sharing this @SimonWoods, and for the very kind words. 🙏

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JohnPhilpin
JohnPhilpin

@SimonWoods thankyou for sharing the @jthingelstad article - saved into my read it later place.

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