Insofar as Ive followed Solid, it bugged me to see little to no mention of other attempts to (re)decentralize the web. But the technical side of it is very interesting.
Now, to see it take a dive into capitalist rhetoric and VC funding, I hope it crashes and burns.
"a free market of fair return for value would stimulate innovation"
"thrive by delivering products and services that consumers actually want"
"anyone with an idea and the energy to work hard can prosper"
@neil there's no excuse for acting like this t b h
@neil “how has capitalism failed us?” bemoan the people who don’t see the logical end of capitalism. Let’s try again surely it was a blip.
Ugh. That’s a pity because the tech sounded interesting but I join you in hopes for crashing and burning.
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