In archaeological order (newer matieral on top, older material below)
Credential to Panhandle
A bold economic theory on why panhandlers should act more like registered charities; Leslie Albrecht; In MarketWatch; 2017-07-24; separately noted.
Teaser: Giving money to others boosts our happiness, but only when we know we’re making an impact
tl;dr → a license to panhandle validated with a bluetooth beacon+iOS+Cloud; appware entitled
GiveSafeSamaritan, is in market now (Apple only). roles: supplicant, samaritan, supplier; It’s a scrip scheme, yet whither AML & KYC?
- Gwendolyn Dordick; Brendan Andrew O’Flaherty; Policy for Panhandling: How to Encourage Good Panhandling and Discourage Bad; Columbia University; 2017; some pages; landing.
tl;dr → <quote><tentative>credentialing programs are the most promising.</tenative></quote>
- Elizabeth Dunn, Michael Norton; Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending; Simon & Schuster, 2013, 2014-05-20.; 224 pages; Harvard; Amazon:1451665075: Kindle: $11, paper: $2+SHT.
- How it works
- Location-enabled consumer audiences
- Geofence, WiFi, Beacon, VLC
Policy Control and Charging (PCC)
Policy Control; Palo Alto Networks (vendor product documentation)
Pretty much every vendor has these nowadays. See: Sandvine, Cisco, Juniper.
- Sanjay Agarwal (Drawbridge); Ad Tech Desperately Needs Data Exchange Standards; opinion; In Ad Exchanger; 2017-07-26.
- Audience Exchange Protocol, mentioned slide 12.
Town Hall: Creating Scalable, Innovative Industry; Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB); 2015-10-10; 15 slides.
- Data Exchange Specification; Yahoo Developer Network, available since 2014.
Ame Elliot (Simply Secure); Privacy and Threat in Practice: Mobile Messaging by Low-Income New Yorkers; Presented at the 25th USENIX Security Symposium; 2016-08-10→12; with video; separately filled.
Themes: renter’s mindset, family phone plan, no privacy, plausible deniability within cultural socialization, always interviewing, hourly work, unscheduled work, loss of control, no physical space; <vignette>bosses require video evidence you are sick so carry an Android because the cameras are plausibly bad enough you can fake it; never carry an iPhone, they “just work” and will rat you out.</vignette>
Gina Pell, press cycle, multiple outlets, 2016-2017.
Teaser: Because age ain’t nothin’ but a number
Gina Pell is Content Chief, The What, a blog.
tl;dr → Perennials are early-to-mid-career, mid-to-upper-affluence, substantially childlessfree (pre-, post-, bychoice-, anti-), educated, cosmopolitan, coastal, suburban-to-urban, but not urban; and most importantly consumerist in mindset; a.k.a. they are Creative Class “professional” types.
Why women of 40 and 50 are the new ‘ageless generation’; Leah Hardy; In The Telegraph; 2017-07-02; separately filled.
tl;dr → Of a certain age, and forever 21 (as branded); it is “middle age” but not to be called that because old people are middle aged.
Gina Pell welcomes the Perennials: all-ages movement of relevancy; Catherine Bigelow; In The San Francisco Chronicle; 2017-02-15.
tl;dr → Gina Pell developed The Perennials concept to capture the cohort of older (uh) Millennial-Gen-Xers who, in middle age, now want some respect.
Nick Graham (The Robin Report); The Rise of the Perennial Millennial; In Their Blog; 2016-08-15; separately filled.
CEO of Nick Graham, a Menswear brand (with a capital ‘M’), since 2014.
ex-founder, Chief Underpants Officer, JOE BOXER brand.
Perennial Millennials → a group of generationally agnostic individuals, equally committed to seeking out societal solutions, who respect the ability and intelligence of future generations to guide, be guided, and even ignore the follies of the previous generation.
Quibbling on dates, it appears that Nick Graham uttered Perennial Millennial a quarter prior to Gina Pell’s The Perennials, but the latter presentation got the attentive press cycle.
Call for Papers on Hipster Geographies, a panel, to perform at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, CA; 2016-03-29 → 2016-04-02. Separately filled. Only the call for participation; but see the references for background & theory.
tl;dr → Issues in & around race consciousness, a youth demographic; Seattle- and London-focused emerging adult focused. Aligned with Florida’s Creative Class.
Verizon UIDH and Mobile Tracking
- Turn Hit With New Lawsuit Over ‘Zombie’ Cookies; Wendy Davis; In MediaPost; 2015-04-09; originally filled.
- Verizon Has Given The Zombie Cookie A Kill Switch; Allison Schiff; In Ad Exchanger; 2015-01-30
- Is Verizon Burying Its Header In The Sand? Privacy Concerns About The ‘Zombie Cookie’ Abound; Allison Schiff; In Ad Exchanger; 2015-01-20.
- Ad-Tech Company Shuts Down ‘Zombie’ Cookie; Alex Kantrowitz, Mark Bergen; In Advertising Age; 2015-01-19.
Teaser: Embarrassing Moment For Verizon’s Digital Ad Push
- The Turn-Verizon Zombie Cookie; In His Blog, entitled Web Policy; 2015-01-14.
- Compendium on Verizon’s Precision Marketing Insights, Precision ID, X-UIDH Header, previously noted;
AT&T had something like this, but abandoned commercial side of the program.
Jeffrey Jensen Arnett; Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from the Late Teens Through the Twenties; Oxford University Press; 2014 & 2006.
- 2nd edition; 2014-09-25; 416 pages; Amazon:0199929386: Kindle: $14, paper: $30+SHT.
- 1st edition; 2006-06-01; 280 pages; Amazon:0195309375: Kindle: $10, paper: $2+SHT.
Shell & Scenarios
Angel Wilkinson, Roland Kupers; The Essence of Scenarios: Learning From the Shell Experience; Amsterdam University Press; 2014-02-18; 185 pages; Amazon:9089645942; kindle: $36, paper: $30+SHT. Separately noted.
Youth Mode: A Report on Freedom | K-Hole, Box 1824
Report #4 – Youth Mode: A Report on Freedomamong Greg Fong, Sean Monahan, Emily Segal, Chris Sherron, Dena Yago of K-HOLE, BOX 1824 (creative agencies, cultural knowers, trend seers); 2013-10. 40 pages, 35 of content; as noted, circa 2013-10-31.
- Report #1 FragMOREtation: A Report on Visibility, noted separately.
- Report #2 Prolasticity: A Report on Patience, noted separately.
- Report #3 The K-Hole Brand Anxiety Matrix, noted separately.
- Report #4 Youth Mode: A Report on Freedom, noted separately.
- The New Normal; Alex Williams; In The New York Times (NYT); 2014-01-02; separately filled.
tl;dr → a roundup of other press in the cyhcle.
- Report: ‘the crisis of what it means to be special is no longer limited to the young’; Katie Collins; In Wired UK; 2013-10-18.
AT&T Project Greenstar
ATT Project Greenstar Secretly Spied Millions of Calls, excerpt, pages 92-97; In Cryptome; 2013-01-28.
See EFF Spying FAQ.
Phil Lapsley; Exploding The Phone: The Untold Story of the Teenagers and Outlaws Who Hacked Ma Bell
Grove Press, New York; 2013-02-05; 450 pages; Amazon:B009SAV5W0; Kindle: $10, paper: $5+SHT.
Data is the New Oil
Is Data The New Oil?; Perry Rotella; In Forbes; 2012-04-02.
<quote>CNBC Squawk Box segment, “The Pulse of Silicon Valley,” host Joe Kernan posed the question, “What is the next really big thing?” to Ann Winblad, the legendary investor and senior partner at Hummer-Winblad. Her response: “Data is the new oil.”</quote>
<quote>Personal data is the new oil of the Internet and the new currency of the digital world.</quote>
[A Computer Must] Never Ask a User [something it already knows]
Eric S. Raymond, Rob W. Landley; In The Art of Unix Usability; 2004.
<quote>Rule of Automation: Never ask the user for any information that you can autodetect, copy, or deduce.</quote>,
David D. Clark, John Wroclawski, Karen Sollins, Robert Braden; Tussle in Cyberspace: Defining Tomorrow’s Internet; In Proceedings of ACM Special Interest Group on Communications (SIGCOMM); 2002-08-19; 16 pages; separately filled.
Saeculum Generational Theory
Neil Howe, William Strauss; The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy; Broadway Books; 1997-12-29; 400 pages; promotional site; a copy.
Neil Howe, William Strauss; Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069; Quill; 1992-09-30; 538 pages.
Paul Taylor (Pew Research Center); The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown; Public Affairs; 2014-03-04; 288 pages; kindle: $15, paper: $18; promotional site.
Paul Taylor, Executive Vice President of Special Projects at the Pew Research Center.
Both Sides Now
The Organization Man
William H. Whyte; The Organization Man; Simon & Schuster; 1957-07-30; 448 pages; Amazon:B01JXQDBZ2; paper: $12+SHT, Kindle: no (ahem, no of course not, they didn’t have Kindle e-readers or DRM in 1957, you had to read paper, but that didn’t stop ‘em, they knew how to read back in those days. I digress.); University of Pennsylvania Press; revised edition; Amazon:0812218191: Kindle: $15, paper: $10+SHT.
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Sloan Wilson; The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit; Some Publisher; 1955; Da Capo Press; 4 edition; 2002-10-23; 288 pages; Amazon:1568582463: Kindle: $11, paper: $2+SHT.