Facebook's Oversight Board may have accused the blue behemoth of abdicating responsibility for the decision to suspend Trump but I don't think allowing up to six months to review the decision and implement a proper sanction sets a very good example. The timescale should have been much narrower.
It was, however, good to see:
"The Board stressed that considerations of newsworthiness should not take priority when urgent action is needed to prevent significant harm."
Newsworthiness has been a definite cop out for Facebook and Twitter when enforcing policy.
Soaking in the bath, trying to relax before bed, I find myself editing the book by highlighting and making notes in the Kindle app which I will apply to the raw text at some point.
Editing is going to be a multi-pass, multi-mode operation. Reading the text in the Kindle app is good for checking grammar and sentence structure but I will need to be on my Mac when I consider what else I can add, what other posts I can directly repurpose.
The text is organised in a logical fashion, I'm happy with that, but feels a bit front-heavy — some of the later chapters need to be fleshed out a little, more examples need to referenced to better demonstrate the ideas.