Mark Zuckerberg as president: Unions are destroyed and everyone gets a bluetooth enabled smartwatch for compensation. People collectively buy bulk stock of vital organs on Facebook Market, powered by Patreon and Gofundme. The organs are delivered by drones, along with takeout. Self-driving cars detect homeless and unemployed people on the road.
Chelsea Clinton: For each 20,000 tons of explosives dropped in the Arab World by NATO, one Muslim woman gets a STEM scholarship and fronts Teen Vogue.
Further words from me on the $1 coffee thing. http://www.eater.com/coffee-tea/2017/4/12/15269208/locol-yes-plz-coffee-one-dollar
I'm in the paper talking about my new coffee brand that launched today... https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/10/dining/coffee-locol-restaurant-one-dollar-cup.html?ref=dining&_r=0
Another funny video from the Tonx Coffee days. This one we made on a trip to Guatemala to visit Luis Pedro Zelaya, one of the sharpest coffee growers and millers in Latin America. Few people saw it as it was overshadowed a couple days later by the announcement we sold to Blue Bottle.
Nostalgia has me looking at old videos we made for Tonx Coffee... this short one is a fav: https://vimeo.com/90163166
Much early chatter on twitter, at least from the folks followed, was about its use as an information utility as much as a social network. Lots of excitement about "microformats" and what it meant to get instant notifications on your (pre smart) phones.
Twitter chases the engagement styles of its competitors and neglects to build on its Swiss Army knife kit of utilities... as @mathowie points out a good example here: https://twitter.com/mathowie/status/850721595479937024
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About risk profile:
- Mastodon is like email because you can't delete federated toots
- Mastodon is like twitter in that Google's search bots index it, unless your admins robot.txt it away
- Mastodon is like being a teenager because the people that own your instance can see all your private stuff
Have a talk with your admin about their policies.
By default, assume everyone will be able to read your toots forever.
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