Three, three, three topics in one! This week we tackle a trio of topics to change up the pace. First we share some thoughts about Google’s announcement that it’s closing Inbox, and then we talk about what it could mean now that the EU Copyright Directive is moving on to the next phase. After the break, we spend the second half of the show looking at Google AMP and whether or not it has a place in your future toolbox.
Let us know how you like this changed-up format. If you like it, perhaps we’ll revisit it more in the future!
Google Kills Inbox
- Google kills Google Inbox
- Google will kill Inbox by Gmail in March 2019
- Inbox, Google’s playground for email innovation, is going bye-bye
EU Copyright Directive Passes First Hurdle
- Article 13: Europe’s hotly debated revamp of copyright law, explained
- Copyright in the Digital Single Market amendments (PDF)
- EU approves controversial Copyright Directive, including internet ‘link tax’ and ‘upload filter’
- Europe’s New Copyright Law Could Change the Web Worldwide
- Hitler parody videos latest copyright fight
- The Intellectual Dishonesty Of Those Supporting The Existing Text Of The EU Copyright Directive
- ‘Internet is under threat’: what you need to know about the EU’s Copyright Directive
- AMP News
- AMP: the missing controversy
- The Complete Guide to AMP: Lessons from 10 Case Studies
- Google AMP – A 70% Drop in Our Conversion Rate
- How AMP Pages Were Used Before, and How They’re Used Now
- Introducing AMP Stories, A Whole New Way to Read Wired
- Opinion: Google AMP is still confusing, and it’s not getting any better
- ShopTalk Show Episode 248: AMP with Barb Palser and Paul Bakaus
- Usage statistics and market share of AMP for websites
This episode of The Drunken UX Podcast brought to you by nuCloud.
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