Happy to see Uranium Club show up on @resonatecoop this morning.
Always nice to see good stuff come out of Minneapolis.
In June 1995 I presented "Using Gopher with the World-Wide-Web" at GopherCon 95.
""Together the strengths of Gopher and WWW create a better, more integrated information system.""
@resonatecoop Google and other companies restrict their employees from contributing to AGPL code.
I suggest giving some thought to negative/positive liberty., covered in "Decoding Liberation: the promise of free/open source sw"
Is Utopia a Hospital?
Fred Turner --
A hospital is a place where people get together, work very hard over very long periods of time in defined roles, checking and rechecking each other’s work, and they work toward a benevolent goal of saving lives.
One solution; treat open source like a VC.
Companies take a "FOSS/FLOSS" round -- in exchange for using community property firms would put ~7% of equity in escrow, that would be used exclusively to fund these efforts.
Authors: would you recommend Medium membership for someone that wants to support good writing? Any alternatives? As always concerned that Medium took $132m in venture funding that will have to be paid...
Buy your copy of Ted Nelson's "Computer Lib/Dream Machines" while you can.
@GuerillaOntologist The Town is Hendricks, MN
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If you really want to play games with the algorithms change your locale from en-US to en-GB. You'll soon be getting Royals, FIFA and Daily Mail clickbait.
Only 1 week left to enjoy Youtube Annotated videos...
You can find this engraved sign in the Shreve Jewelry Store elevator in San Francisco.
I asked the staff about it. They said that fixing the light would require replacing the entire panel. But that would trigger a building-code upgrade for the whole elevator system. Total cost? $80,000.
Cost of sign? $3
"Without the efforts of the workers the company would not have value so the idea that the workers and owners ought to be the same cohort has a great deal of attraction."
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