Blender, YouTube, Monetization musings Show more
It would appear that YouTube really doesn't like hosting popular videos unless they get some ad revenue off of it. This would explain the #blender situation as well as their changing of ad sharing requirements.
"You must be this popular to get ad revenue, but not too popular without ad revenue".
I think we figured out their sweet spot for how they monetize the service.
Today marks the first day that the hard-won #NetNeutrality protections of the 2015 Open Internet Order have ended. But this does not mean the fight is over. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/06/even-though-net-neutrality-protection-end-today-congress-can-still-act-save-them
Over the years we've had many high-profile Twitter users join Mastodon, and most haven't stuck around (that I know of). I'm curious if it's the network effect being stronger for them, if it's a culture mismatch re: famousness, or something about Mastodon's features that's lacking for them.
When I proposed making a Mastodon omnibus package everyone was like "no, eww omnibus", when I was installing GitLab everyone was like "just use the omnibus package" so uh
I'm really happy to announce that the company I work for has just publicly opened a #Mastodon instance for all its 5000 employees.
This is the result of an initiative @moritzheiber and I have started a year ago and have pushed through with the help of many other colleagues.
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The score for the THX “Deep Note” sound, made public for the first time after 35 years:
Surveillance capitalist tech companies working on GDPR compliance:
The interface looks jus like TweetDeck from the web interface.
first toot from andstatus