Blackhole City


Welcome to Blackhole.City - A Community for discussions on Technology as the air we breath - for the full range of Technoconsumers from Technoskeptics to Technophiles (1)
About the Blackhole City category (1)
What's the Matter With Manhattan? - New York’s empty storefronts are a dark omen for the future of cities (1)
SAGACIOUS NEWS - Resistance To Mass Surveillance Must Begin At The Local Level (1)
Netflix Is Forcing Hollywood Into a Talent War (1)
Manteca getting city-wide surveillance camera system - "hey, cameras are good, cameras are your friend." (1)
'Robot sex brothel' slated to open is not wanted, Houston's mayor says (1)
Pentagon wants developers for ‘drone swarms’ for the military (1)
At this Chinese school, Big Brother was watching students — and charting every smile or frown (1)
The Allure of Small Towns for Big City Freelancers It’s harder for creative professionals to make a living in big cities. Many are looking elsewhere (1)
Police urge public to report insults that hurt feelings, but aren't crimes (1)
Tech: the San Francisco dream machine has a glitch (1)
Google Is Building a City of the Future in Toronto. Would Anyone Want to Live There? (1)
‘Five Eyes’ governments call on tech giants to build encryption backdoors — or else (1)
Memo From the Boss: You’re a Vegetarian Now - “I'm a carnivore, a carnivore, a terrible disgusting carnivore.” ― Jonathan Franzen, Freedom (1)
Can Silicon Valley workers rein in Big Tech from within? | Ben Tarnoff (1)
How Big Tech Swallowed Seattle (1)
North America’s first known sex doll brothel opening in Toronto - “You know that old saying. Once you go dead, no one's better in bed.” ― Jeaniene Frost, One Foot in the Grave (1)
This stunning 3D “visual novel” explores life in a future city-state circa 2039 (1)
The fight against Google’s smart city (1)
China's Big Brother smart cities - Policy Forum (1)
Surveillance, data control concerns persist as Sidewalk Labs’ smart city (1)
Smart cities: are we sleepwalking into a Big Brother future of constant surveillance in the name of improved efficiency and safety? (1)
The inconvenient truth about smart cities that should concern us all (1)
Is there a darker side to smart cities based on surveillance and control? (1)
Workplace automation threat looms over region: Study (1)
Designed features can make cities safer, but getting it wrong can be plain frightening (1)
In silly San Francisco disease-ridden needles are A-OK but a plastic cocktail (1)
Gump's Survived the San Francisco Earthquake – But Not E-Commerce (1)
Unstable Control - Information is still unstable, but the scene of its instability has shifted (1)