This sounds like the beginning of a REAL market for ridesharing, rather than one where a cartel of corporates set prices for everyone else.
The subtext of that iPad commercial that ran over the holidays.
your grandkids record you on their phones at Christmas. probably an Instagram video.
you open your present.
a quilt made from your dead wife’s clothes.
grief hits your body. they don’t realize you wake up every day already reaching for her.
“look,” they say. “he’s crying.”
To think a hacker dumped a massive list of device credentials bc he upgraded to "high output cloud providers" as his DDoS for hire strategy.
It's too easy to hack now. Open source tools, dark web malware, and common vulnerabilities are widely available.
Capitalism isn't the enemy, it's the state and fiat.
When you're free to define capital, capital ceases to be a system of control, but one of freedom.
We *are* the Borg. The Borg is a representation of a post-scarcity society that is *never satiated* and must therefore constantly grow, like cancer – looting, pillaging and swallowing whole it's contradictions, those who oppose it.
Here's what happened: after debate in 2018, we went to dinner. Peter had never used bitcoin before (!) I helped him set up wallet on his phone (Edge or BRD?), told him to secure it if he ever held significant value on it, gave him $50. He forgot pw, and never recorded phrase. 😑 https://twitter.com/PeterSchiff/status/1218911797626847234
Can’t allow the case to take over my life. But the careful thought of @email@example.com triggered these thoughts this morning.