Serenity’s back and to celebrate her return we turn to tech issues of the week including Facebook’s continued disregard for user privacy, why the upcoming Photos app (and the death of iPhoto and Aperture) shouldn’t raise your blood pressure, Apple’s politics of inclusion, and how iTunes U could turn into a platform for teachers and school administrators.
- Facebook messed with users’ emotions--for science! (TechHive)
- Why I left Facebook (Why Chris canceled Facebook in 2010)
- Why Apple really cares about your privacy (Note: In the show we failed to accurately credit Rich Mogull for this story. Our apologies to Rich.)
- Hey, remember that time Google accidentally made Skynet? (The Verge)
- Apple retires Aperture and iPhoto, to be replaced with Photos for OS X
- Apple, Facebook, Google cheer on San Francisco Gay Pride parade (Reuters)
- iTunes U update will bring course creation, management to iPad
- What’s New in iTunes U 2.0 (Fraser Speirs)
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