Minds Share

24 04 2017

Washington, D.C.

My problem?

It isn’t with what he proposes, and it’s not even so much with the mechanics of implementing it.

It’s that he, and everyone else important, seems to have conceded mindshare to Faceberg.

In proposing that Faceberg should do this that or the third to be more fair, they are implicitly confessing that the world is and needs to be on Faceberg.

And that’s why Mark Zuckerbook is smiling when he reads this.

I’m not on Faceberg.

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26 04 2017
dc. sunsets

I’m not on any (anti-)social media either. It’s hivemind thinking at its very best.

It's your dime, spill it. And also...NO TROLLS ALLOWED~!

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