When it comes to our digital identities, instability is the rule rather than the exception.
Products designed to make technology more accessible are becoming socially disruptive in their own right.
Fixing trademark law could prevent legal battles like the Banner Saga saga from happening in the first place.
Consumers are forced to choose between proprietary systems that limit their ownership and Open Source alternatives that exploit their data.
The contradictions are confounding when you stop to think about them. By my count, there are at least three.
The real issue is that Google is the only game in town.