Liked A Costly Reminder That You Don’t Own Those Ebooks by an author (WIRED)

More than anything, Microsoft’s ebook rapture underscores the hidden dangers of the DRM system that underpins most digital purchases. Originally intended as an antipiracy measure, DRM now functions mostly as a way to lock customers into a given ecosystem, rather than reading or viewing or listening to their purchases wherever they want. It’s a cycle that has persisted for decades and shows no signs of abating.

Replied to Digital Lessons Teens Can Learn from the Covington Catholic Confrontation by an author (The Tempered Radical)

Find a teenager who is important to you and remind them that their private lives begin only after they walk away from their devices.  Until then, they need to be on their best behavior.

Just teenagers?