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Apple Likes to Watch: ‘Terms of Service’ Author Jacob Silverman on Internet Surveillance

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With Apple’s “Spring Forward” preview this week, we got a glimpse of their latest and greatest innovation: the Apple Watch. While it’s a splashy product, it didn’t quite receive the typical “gamechanger” reviews with the Washington Post suggesting that “the Apple Watch should get dumber” to BuzzFeed’s litany of pieces on the pros (it can replace your FitBit and Jawbone, helping you get so fit, it’s going to change everything) and minuses (it sure can track your every move).¬†It’s the last point that’s perhaps the most troubling. To get a clearer picture of what the Apple Watch means for the future of “wearable computing,” we talked to Jacob Silverman, the author of this month’s provocative and troubling¬†Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection, set for release on March 17.
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Refresh Your Commute: Travel To Work Better, Faster, Smarter

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If you’re working, chances are you’re commuting. Whether it’s an hours-long drive, an inter-borough bike ride, or a subway/bus trip across town, we’ve got several ways to make the most of it. And when the long day is done, get a ton of recommendations for awesome events in LA & NYC via Flavorpill’s custom summer guides. We’ve got the best of the city, no matter your starting point.
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