@kensanata Sounds perfect for my current needs! Thanks.
i take back what i've said today about the archive team. as i'd hoped, Jason Scott fixed (at least, personally, for me) everything about what happened re: berries.space archival. https://twitter.com/textfiles/status/1133235655931322368
Even though I'm not on Twitter anymore, I see lots of blog posts starting off with some variation of "People are divided! Can't we all just get along?" or "People are so wrong about this! I'll set them straight." Invariably it always turns out that the author got their view of the world from Twitter.
Twitter is not the world. The world is not divided and angry and fighting over every minor thing. It just looks that way if you spend all day using Twitter.
@jessmahler Next couple of weeks, faster if practical (let me know if my time frame is entirely off base). Aiming to get a few copies printed before June.
@jessmahler AFAIK, PDF format should suffice for all those services, at least for the print edition that I'm prioritizing.
I can handle the eBook layout separately.
@InspectorCaracal About 120k words if I recall correctly, but I've already applied a good chunk of edits. What are your rates?
@noiob Roger. I may incorporate my own confusion around the meme's history into the presentation.
@LexPendragon Oh, I mean the history of the meme. I'm under the impression that it got genuinely contentious at times.
Universal Basic Income (UBI): A History
Basic income is a concept that has existed in various forms, under various names, since the days of the Enlightenment. Political economist Philipe Van Parijs defined basic income as “an income paid by a government, at a uniform level and at regular intervals, to each adult member of society. The grant is paid, and its level is fixed, irrespective of whether the person is rich or poor, lives alone or with others, is willing to work or not.”