@firstname.lastname@example.org computers were a mistake
Late stage capitalism and its expectation of constant so-called growth.
Who managed to screw the world up to such a degree that increased automation hasn’t led to shorter workweeks and better quality of life for people?
"We took a vote on whether to encourage retirement savings or have a certain office snack. The snacks won. This is why startups are awesome."
In 2001, our startup had to vote whether we wanted beef jerky snacks or 401k. We couldn't afford both. Jerky won.
We figured a happy team could outperform the tax benefit.
Startups aren't a bet on a market. Or a bet on investors. It's a bet on yourself.
@email@example.com But, think how much more you could get done if you didn’t waste all your time solving important problems!
@firstname.lastname@example.org Capitalism can only pay for things that have value by virtue of keeping them away from the people who need them.
I hope it days "Exterminate!" at regular intervals.
ah just what I needed at the grocery store, an ominous roving robot obelisk
What doesn’t come across in these photos is just how big he is. He’s a large cat but he is built like a fucking pitbull and is MADE OF MUSCLE with giant murderfloof paws.
Like. We have a colony full of rescue cats but Mr. Snow is a BEAST and seeing him get that much air RULES
Grand Central is reissuing Octavia Butler's PARABLE OF THE SOWER soon, and I was honored to provide a foreward, which you can read here. (Uh, spoilers tho, if you haven't read the books. Why haven't you? Go read them.) https://ew.com/books/2019/02/25/parable-octavia-butler-reissue/
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