This has me wondering what progress means in philosophy.
The third button: “forget immediately but possibly randomly remember while you’re doing something totally unrelated days later.”
it's not cool anymore?
Customer Obsession -> Work hard to get users Craftsmanship -> Work hard on details Balance -> Work hard from home when sick Curiosity -> Work hard wondering what to work hard on Scrappy -> Work hard even if messy Transparency -> Work hard in our open plan office Embrace Change -> Work hard but we might throw it all out
Interpreting corp values: Passion -> Work hard and be excited Playfulness -> Work hard but be fun Empathy -> Work hard at emotional labor Trust -> Work hard and don't lie Excellence -> Work hard and do it right Be Yourself -> Work hard because we put up with you being weird Teamwork -> Work hard with other people
The DN404 2-contract mirror design is quite clever and worth looking at even if you (like me) are still a little skeptical of all this hybrid stuff.
What's the current state of the art for onchain rendered animation? Anyone doing animated gifs yet? I've played with SVG animation, though client rendering is sometimes inconsistent. I love p5js but have not yet played with the onchain libs yet, and seems like animation_url support is inconsistent (if doing NFTs).
Or dirt or water or anything really 1600 $DEGEN
this is the perfect shower thought. 1614 $DEGEN
All the LinkedIn's a stage, And all the users merely corporate performance artists;
So what’s the update?
gm to all the sweet gentle nerds.
Yeah stimulants are really something. Consider playing with dosage to see what works best. Hope you get some sleep soon.
Are there blockchains for which client diversity isn’t paramount?
When the good people in your life die, it takes up a lot of brain space for awhile. When the bad people die, they probably aren’t really in your life, and they were bad, so it barely registers. That’s why death always seems to unfairly hit the good people. Because those are the deaths we notice.
Oh I agree, just extending the shower thought.
If sovereignty involves reducing dependency on supply chain, anything with microprocessors won’t be ideal. Imho electrification is actually more of a collective coordinated action and harder to justify in isolation. Actual sovereignty is unattainable in this connected and super populated world anyway.
Idk the sovereign carbon burning life could be fuel from corn moonshine or canola biodiesel.
Some days you have to just meet yourself where you’re at.
Setting an open door policy is regulatory innovation
But my computer is over three feet away