its interesting that pinterests entire business model is to download every single image on the internet, and put them all on a web page, and when you click on them it tells you to join pinterest
i think later on, in about 2005, a different teacher gave me a copy of Macromedia Dreamweaver, then i knew i was fuckin playin with power. playin with fire. dangerous amounts of power. i could probably do anything. heres some examples: you could make a gallery of your counter strike screenshots. semi-automatically!!! fucking hell
@jk well how ELSE would u do a business
@Damage in the old days you would do things like, pour concrete into peoples driveway, and theyd give you money, or maybe youd give em an apple, and theyd give you money. these days u cant do that. u have to make them click on a image
@jk i actually hate pinterest, cause i found this photo i want to use as an album cover, right? but i gotta find the source and ask them permission
but thanks to pinterest, it's been reposted on there like 80 billion times and if there is a source anywhere they're totally obscured
@jk oh, man, MS Frontpage
I am suddenly overcome with feels for a bygone and more innocent age
@jk thanks for shooting bad memories of SiS back into me
@jk ah yes i remember warcraft 3 vividly
@jk *inserty witty remark about state of linux GPU drivers*
@jk I wish I could make the terrible website I made in flash run to show off without working on it.
@jk I hate that. All I want is some quick info. I avoid all results from pintrest anymore.
@jk just like facebook!
@jk I hate it so much. They don't own those images, stop acting like I need an account to view them. Now I do searches with -pinterest
I've seen this toot so many fucking times I'm finally boosting it. You win.
@Mainebot be strong!! i myself refuse to EVER boost it!!!
@jk I'll boost because of pressure, but I won't star it!
@jk its a mess
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