What drives us to work for free? What makes you learn the guitar or (in my case) French? What makes you volunteer? And how can that possibly be a business model?
“You told him how long it would actually take you? How do you expect to be considered a Miracle worker if you tell them how long it will really take.”
It keeps going and going. Me vs the Oniion.
Ongoing wars with Twitter about Serial Accounts (multiple accounts made for the exact same reason, by the exact same person).
The ongoing saga of me being harassed on Twitter. Don’t feed the trolls, but don’t let them get away with this shit, either!
I’m working on an ‘It gets better’ video/blog post, but right now I thought I’d take a second to bring up my concerns with how Twitter handles, or rather doesn’t handle, harassment and bullying cases. While I understand they don’t want to have to be the police, there’s an aspect of running a community at […]
Or: Your Words Have Power As a rule, I don’t save hate mail. Letters, emails, tweets, private messages and the like are all files in the circular bin. That’s the trash can, folks. The point is, while I dwell on my hate-missives as much as the next person with a healthy ego, I don’t save […]
This came up, again, and I swear I’ve written about it many times. Apparently it needs saying again. And again. So here it is again, although I’m quite convinced that the people who need to read this aren’t ever going to look. You do not have the freedom to say anything you want on someone […]
Blogetery was shut down, mysteriously, over the weekend. It was a WP MultiSite setup, with around 70k blogs. Not terribly abnormal to have an install that big, but the thing as an unnamed law enforcement agency shut them down. Details, such as they were, were posted at ReadWriteWeb: 70,000 Blogs Shut Down by U.S. Law […]