Remember when Medium convinced bloggers to give up their personal sites because it was free and the user interface was super intuitive? And now they literally try to charge subscription fees to people who want to read more than X number of articles per month (I have no idea what X is...is it 10? 20? It's super unclear to me). Do the writers get a cut of that or are they producing free content for Medium to profit off of?
The richest one percent of the world are responsible for more than twice as much carbon pollution as the poorest half of humanity.
Guess which activity accounts for the largest share of the emissions of the rich?
capitalism is when productive resources are owned by private entities to the exclusion of everyone else, so that the majority of the population is forced to sell their labor to the owners to survive, in exchange for a fraction of the value they produce. thats it. thats the whole thing.
A script that corrects the word "maker" into "guy who does arts and crafts"
"Maker space" = craft room
"Maker ethos" = enthusiasm for arts and crafts
"Maker fair" = craft expo
None of this shit is revolutionary, it's just stuff that your grandmas have always done. You are the newcomer. It's not any less arts-and-crafts just because it involves a 3D printer now.
Anarchism, vegan, feminism, antifa, from Berlin. I am a computer science student, interested in raspberry pi, general techy stuff and politics. https://pronoun.is/he
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