11.11.2011 Category: Weekly Reads « Previous Next » What we read this week (11 Nov) Written by: Peter Tags: gibson, interaction design, klout, mckinsey This week: Klout violates privacy, a superabundance of screens captures our secondary attention, William Gibson talks about his personal history, McKinsey tries to measure the e-conomy and maybe our future consists of more interaction than a finger-swipe. Evil social networks Charlie Stross about how Klout violates privacy. We’re all for collecting data and creating insights. But not at the cost of the users. WiredUK: ‘We’ve got you right where we want you’ Russell Davies writes about the new interested in secondary attention as we move towards the superabundance of screens around us, a topic we’ve been interested in for a while. Paris Review: William Gibson An absolutely fantastic and gigantic interview with out favorite author William Gibson. Full of great quotes and insights and a lot of personal history. Must read! The Atlantic: The $8 Trillion Internet: McKinsey’s Bold Attempt to Measure the E-conomy McKinsey’s attempted to measure the economy of the internet. A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design A brilliant rant by Bret Victor about how all our future visions currently involve mostly fingers swiping something while our body is capable of so much more. Related 11.11.2011 Category: Weekly Reads « Previous Next » Stay up-to-date with what we do and what we read. Subscribe to our newsletter.