It was fun looking at the world as a huge conspiracy theory, but then I realized: There’s no such thing as hidden knowledge.
A little HTML widget gave us all-powerful Amazon and Facebook. There’s no closing Pandora’s text box now.
Our days aren’t ruled by the sundial or the pendulum clock anymore. They’re measured in binges and darkmodes.
The internet has made me immune to a coherent narrative. In order to truly understand anything, I’ve taught myself to read networks.
So you’ve acquired a new thing. And now you want accessories. Ask yourself: Will the potential experience be worth the cost to the supply chain?
The free market has plenty of grandiose ideas about how to fix our broken planet. There’s just one problem: We can’t afford another bust.
Yes, yes, the dirt is horrifying. But it’s also how we make bitcoin apps.
And that’s why we will fight about it forever.
People tend to make predictions while looking through their own narrow lens. The real vision lies in seeing connections.