Opinion: If governments truly wanted to encourage artistic creation they shouldn't be giving artists something to sell to the capitalists (I can't see copyright as anything else, despite the propaganda). They'd be making sure we could live without doing so, e.g. via a universal basic income.
Money isn't an incentive to creativity, it's a distraction!
Take my deleted toots as a friendly reminder that you should read articles before leaping to conclusions.
Normally I'm quite good at that, but you have to be constantly vigilant because social media is constantly tempting you into bad habits with dark patterns!
(The correction is that Twitter's "super follows" feature is about charging people subscriptions for newsletters & badges, not for access to 280 character posts)
No jokes, when said NPC is first introduced to you, along with a bunch of others, the camera does a _close-up_ on their tattoos. Plus, her outfit is assless so that her tattoo is visible.
drew devault's sourcehut
i get that he's the elon musk for linux, he even designed and build his own git and project hosting service. but it's so disorganized. you can't easily navigate between project components, it uses email which means anything useful is scattered in to chunks that aren't really usefully linked together. it feels like it's just made for people who are used to the traditional corkboard with red string connecting conspiracy theories together, not for developers
if you ever want to see a massive failure of capitalism, look at how it only makes technology affordable for the masses. anything remotely specialized costs an arm and a leg
like i constantly get annoyed at accessibility stuff on linux, but it's nowhere near as bad as selling a screen reader for $1200 USD that you can only install on 3 computers
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