I'm also a fan of ChatGPT's 3rd take:
A: We want human-like artificial intelligence B: Ok, here you go A: Wait, it's unpredictable, it's inscrutable, it's biased and frankly kind of bigoted B: Yup, human-like A: It's dangerous! B: Yup A: Okay let's try again: We want a Toaster-like artificial intelligence
I meant for an existing contract. Say there is a utility NFT already deployed, and I own token 42. I want to give your address permission to call doThing(42) on my behalf without transferring the token to you.
I mean for a contract already deployed. :)
Another +1 to Pocket Casts, I have some nitpicks about it but haven't found anything better.
My point is "just make $$" is a dumbed down utility function. We're capable of doing more than one thing at a time, and sometimes sacrificing just 1% of raw $$ can yield disproportional net value to the ecosystem and possibly open up more opportunities into the future. Tunnelvision on $$ is short-sighted.
Plenty of VCs invest in open source, especially in the web3 space. It kinda depends on how dumbed down our utility function is. There are lots of ways to create value without maximizing extractive behaviors.
Nice thing about open source is that it continues to be useful regardless. It's as important to recognize that some things are unsustainable as it is to recognize that not everything has to be perpetual or profitable.
In general, look at Buy For Life communities (subreddit etc) they're full of things that are less expensive than high end brands but much higher quality.
* Using 5+ different streaming platforms vs pirating content * Using 5+ different game launchers vs pirating games * a lot of OSS software vs paid proprietary software * Small markets that sell local produce are often cheaper than large supermarkets that sell inferior imported produce
Lack of a web/Linux client, I generally don't love dopamining on my phone.
Is there a generalized way to give another address access to a specific function on a contract? For example, I have a utility NFT and I want to give another address access to call specific functions on it. Perhaps a Gnosis module? Or is there a generic proxy with permissions contract?
Oh that list is perfect, thanks for sharing!
I found a few anon ones like that but they're x3 the price of mainstream options. I don't mind being doxxed in this case.
Are there any decent VPS providers that accept Ethereum payments? I wanna spin up some infra for a DAO and have payments come from the treasury.
A very belated warm Farcaster welcome to @dwr!
I havent! Gorgeous stuff, thanks for sharing.
Are you a current vim user? If so, then start porting over your config using Packer and start swapping out plugins with modern Lua versions. If not, then I'd start with a "distro" that has a pre-built experience just to get a feel for what's possible, e.g. https://astronvim.github.io/ Also /r/neovim is great
Once you go NixOS, very hard to go back to an OS with side effects. The outside world stops making sense lol.
Daily magic or do you let the oils build up?
100%, on multiple devices, really nice for maintaining a consistent setup across them: https://github.com/shazow/nixfiles Thinking of becoming a nixer?
What's your beard care routine?
Non-crypto things I'm into: - OSS, I generally work in public, has served me well. - NixOS and Neovim. I enjoy gardening my workspace. - Woodworking - Watercolours - Mushroom hunting and hiking - Indie games, especially roguelikes and colony sims (Dwarf Fortress, Cataclysm:DDA, etc)
Steam Deck is remarkably good, especially for the components/price/usability.