31 8 / 2013

What the fuck kind of day starts at ten and ends 14 hours later at midnight.

20 8 / 2013

whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

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Pretty proud to have built and help design this :)

27 4 / 2013

Kathmandu

Kathmandu

17 4 / 2013

Will I Am and the RIAA are a monumental amount of bullshit.

08 4 / 2013

I’ve mined one bit cent. I used to be able to get a bitcoin in 2 days.

At this rate, it’d take me over 2 years to get what I got in 2 weeks with slower hardware 2 years ago.

Sure, 2 years bitcoins were 80 cents a pop, and today they closed at $191.09. They cannot possibly have that same growth potential today.

07 4 / 2013

2 years ago I casually mined bitcoins in college after reading about them somewhere. I mined for 2 weeks and then stopped cause I got bored. I just sold the result of those 2 weeks of mining for $1380. I’m kinda kicking myself for not keeping up the mining but also blown away by the fact that running a program on my computer for 2 weeks made me that much money. Anyways, I’m restarting mining to see if it’s still as profitable to mine. My guess is no.

09 3 / 2013

Current status

Current status

01 3 / 2013

Probably the one follower who will actually make me think twice about what I Instagram.

Probably the one follower who will actually make me think twice about what I Instagram.

02 2 / 2013

18 12 / 2012

parislemon:

More rational thinking from Mike Masnick on the Instagram TOS changes:

Furthermore, even if the terms are worded poorly (it’s mostly boilerplate, and you’ll find somewhat similar terms in lots of places) if Instagram really went out and started selling your photos to appear in, say, a big magazine or TV ad, there would be significant public backlash over that, such that it’s probably in their own best interest not to do that without direct permission.

Exactly. Does anyone believe Instagram or Facebook would be stupid enough to do this? Why? Because they’re “evil”? Only an extremely paranoid or insane person would believe that. To make money? Sure, but that money would quickly fall to $0 when everyone left over actually justified outrage.

Despite what everyone would like to believe, these companies are neither stupid nor evil.