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In reply to @alexanderchopan
daniel@pcdkd
16 minutes ago

If they sit on the board and have the shares, yes. In this case, they're uni is essentially shares and they're exercising their corporate control. This is just corporate governance, with the usual players holding biggest influence, and some retail get to play but don't necessarily get influence

In reply to @alexanderchopan
daniel@pcdkd
17 minutes ago

Fair to steer clear of anything binance

In reply to @worm
daniel@pcdkd
18 minutes ago

what?

In reply to @les
daniel@pcdkd
3 hours ago

what does that mean?

In reply to @stoic
daniel@pcdkd
3 hours ago

well Twitter doesn't have on-chain utility. Original post a reaction to him referring to a couple of apps as web2 but web3-enabled (in this case literally means login with metamask). But other than that, nothing about these products are on-chain... So are they web3 apps?

In reply to @les
daniel@pcdkd
3 hours ago

More thinking that social media operates at bigger scale and pace than newsletters. Can't see anybody wanting to be prompted for feedback after every unfollow.

In reply to @ommalik
daniel@pcdkd
4 hours ago

directionally correct. awards ceremonies aren't barometers of art but the business machinery around art.

In reply to @ommalik
daniel@pcdkd
4 hours ago

What's an example from the Grammys

In reply to @nmnsth
daniel@pcdkd
5 hours ago

So far, has been a playground for the wealthy. Power and wealth dynamics have been replicated, not removed. Financialization of everything has, so far, replicated worst traits of influencer/status social media.

In reply to @les
daniel@pcdkd
7 hours ago

How often do you provide feedback when unsubscribing from a newsletter?

In reply to @stoic
daniel@pcdkd
7 hours ago

Agree. would logging into Twitter via wallet make Twitter a web3 app?

daniel@pcdkd
8 hours ago

Asked balaijs, does "login with metamask" = web3 app?

In reply to @balajis
daniel@pcdkd
8 hours ago

does "login with metamask" = web3 app?

In reply to @polluterofminds
daniel@pcdkd
22 hours ago

Oh. Maybe Coinbase if they can turn it around. Can see them wanting to consolidate all types of entry points from fiat world. If I think about AOL creating apps that allow anybody to utilize protocols, Coinbase (or someone like them) seems an obvious parallel.

In reply to @pcdkd
daniel@pcdkd
22 hours ago

People used to recommend Airr but it's still in testflight (after 2 years) and still buggy afaik

In reply to @polluterofminds
daniel@pcdkd
22 hours ago

Spotify does this.

In reply to @polluterofminds
daniel@pcdkd
22 hours ago

Did you originally mean AOL as in a relic of an era? That's what I meant.

In reply to @pcdkd
daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

Thought will admit, as someone not on Twitter and not really following news, it was something on the peripheral and barely registered in my day to day.

In reply to @phil
daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

1) one of those events that captures immediate social network imagination and easily meme-able. 2) ridiculous fear-mongering and attempts to paint current white house as impotent (and media is generally sympathetic to this kind of positioning)

In reply to @pfista
daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

Don't know. Have left Twitter entirely.

In reply to @polluterofminds
daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

Just another thing optimized to keep eyeballs on a screen.

daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

- Artifact ⬇️

In reply to @beeslo
daniel@pcdkd
1 day ago

Stone & Wood from Australia.