Liberals, politics, and anarchism Show more
Arrrghhh, just got in an argument with 2 liberals... why is it that when this happens it always many on one.. i feel like they are just wayy too privileged. With this yeah that would be better but it lets just vote to make it happen. Like what about all of puerto rico that cant fucking vote?? Or what about all the people on the streets or with medical debt? Yeah they can just vote and then maybe possibly in ten years the law will get slightly better...
Last year's fad: fidget spinners
This year's: things built to last
(pass it on, maybe we can trick them)
like I don’t get it, how can anyone deploy auto playing video and not consider it an interruption, a distraction, an imposition upon any viewer’s workflow
I get why Google are doing it, because if they get someone to click that it goes to YouTube where they then show an ad for $
scarcity pol Show more
the end of scarcity looms like a tide, held back by bluebloods and their bulldogs. no one needs to starve or freeze or die, but they demand it. they will it. they want it. food rots and homes lay empty to preserve prices and profit; a freely replicable and ever-growing body of media and knowledge, unprecedented in human history, suffocates in the white-knuckled grip of rentists. it doesn't need to be this way. we do not need to do this to each other. there is enough for everyone.
Regular reminder: "legal name" is a very boring sounding phrase.
It sounds WAY cooler if you call it your "government alias"
Look up opennic, its a pretty cool dns hierarchy separate from icann. So as many free domain names as you can make websites for!!!
I got one, but its not done yet.
Cant stand twitter anymore... they toom away control from your timeline now. Its all fucking “likes”...
hurry up and enact fully automated luxury gay space communism so i can spend all day every day writing and funposting and still have everything i need to live
Any dope GDC after parties out there?
"If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on how things are distributed. Everyone can enjoy a life of luxurious leisure if the machine-produced wealth is shared; or most people can end up miserably poor if the machine owners successfully lobby against wealth redistribution. So far, the trend seems to be toward the second option, with technology driving ever-increasing inequality." - Stephen Hawking