I appreciate you having a sense of humor about this thread. <3
If Farcaster succeeds it will get big and corporate and boring and the swag will be in your choice of grey or taupe. But today, today my friends, we can be weird! We can be purple! We can be lavender!
Nope! Today I’m wearing a light pink 3rd Amendment shirt from the good people at Jim Amendments.
8 or 9 1-7 are the colors of pleated Dockers worn by dead-eyed LinkedIn middle managers aimlessly bicycling around Mountain View.
(listens to Heart on My Sleeve) (thinks) All pop country could be made by AI. (thinks more) All pop country is currently made by AI.
I like how the stir/drop steps are integrated into the shaker w/out extra manual work. I don’t get channeling as long as pressure in the portafilter is below ~7 bar.
Ah, interesting! I’ll read up on how the protocol handles fees.
On the funding bit - you want to charge creators for making content on Farcaster? That’s definitely a differentiator! :-/
...and here's the confirmation.
10/10 troll, excellent work.
Reading Arthur’s latest: “Any views expressed… should not…be construed as a recommendation or advice to engage in investment transactions.” [two paragraphs later] “Obviously, we are shilling our bags” JFC.
Traditional social media needs >10M users to break even. Content quality declines at <10M users. How do we avoid being small and broke or big and low quality?
Famous examples also include a certain video sharing company and a certain search engine…
Yep! Seems like a strange thing to argue about when we have done the science and have that numbers.
If Elon’s argument was correct insurance companies wouldn’t ask if you smoke. :-) And twin studies show that BMI, smoking, alcoholism, and drug use are bigger factors than genetics in longevity. The famous Danish twin study showed the heritability of longevity to be ~0.25.
US is #1 by ~15% over Russia. Saudis have greatest ability to manipulate prices b/c lowest production costs and Aramco is largest corporate producer.
I like to say it's two words, not one. We are building things that allow us to "trust less", which is different from a zero trust "trustless" product.
I'm not advocating for/against a piece of kit, I'm noting that the process by which we choose kit is a combination of logic-based and feels-based opinions.