It's been one of the busiest week of the year for me, so just two links this weekend. They might not seem related, but I think they are: They are both about the cost of using digital tools and services. Sometimes they are hidden. Sometimes the prices asked for is zero, but you still want to contribute.
I’m still reading up on what happened (and still happens) at OpenAI. This, by Om Malik, was published early on in the news cycle. But it focuses on what I’ve thought about a lot over the last couple of days: What does this all mean for how organisations think about digital resilience, digital monocultures, etc?
This breakdown of the cost of running Signal for free got me reactivating my monthly donation.