Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “internet”
The impact of social media algorithms on democracy and political polarization
Social media has become an integral part of modern society, connecting people from all over the world and allowing them to share information and ideas with one another. However, the algorithms that govern the way that content is presented on these platforms have come under scrutiny in recent years, with many experts arguing that they have a significant impact on democracy and political polarization. On the surface, social media algorithms seem to be designed to make our online experience more personalized and efficient.
The Hidden Powers Behind Reddit: Who Really Controls the Platform?
Reddit is one of the largest and most influential online communities in the world, with over 330 million monthly active users. The platform has a wide range of discussions and topics, from serious news and political discussions to memes and entertainment. However, behind the scenes, the question of who controls the platform remains a mystery to many. The truth is, the answer to that question is not straightforward, as there are several different parties that have a say in how the platform is run and what it looks like.
Internet on Mars and Interplanetary File System
The InterPlanetary File System, or IPFS for short, may seem like a pretentious name, but is it really? The current architecture of most internet services relies on sending queries to a central server. Even if it is located across the ocean, we are able to start data transfer within a fraction of a second. But what if the user is much, much further away from the server? For example, on another planet.
The Rise of Remote Work: How to Succeed as a Digital Nomad
The rise of remote work has been one of the most significant developments in the world of work over the past decade. With the proliferation of high-speed internet and advanced communication technologies, more and more people are able to work from anywhere in the world, without being tied to a specific location. This trend has given rise to a new type of worker: the digital nomad. Digital nomads are individuals who are able to work remotely and travel the world at the same time.