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Inspiration: The Cranberries.
The weirdness comes when the platform is unpopular enough that competing visions can come from individuals. Technical decisions become a lot more personal. "You personally are forcing work on me to make me stay relevant" becomes a thing. This sort of thing happens constantly in other programming languages but there's more people to absorb blame.
In https://www.timmons.dev/posts/cl-community-norms.html Timmons writes that #CommonLisp has no community, just a bunch of smaller communities organized around projects.
He finds this upsetting, but I don't think this is unusual for languages or any kind of technical platform. People invest in the platform itself. of course (thanks sbcl maintainers!), but those standing on the platform are off doing their own thing, almost always.
The mystery of :UNINTERN
coinbros being stupid enough to be dangerous
@rysiek Check the story closer - they're entertaining the idea of scanning the book page by page, and selling pages (or subsections) as NFTs, and *burn the actual physical copy* as to make NFTs "more valuable".
coinbros doing a stupid, hilarious
Cryptobros win an auction for Jodorowsky's "Dune" concept art compendium in book form:
They paid ~100× the estimated price. And they think buying this book gives them the necessary rights to make a series based on it. 🤣
I mean, shouldn't NFT bros know everything about copyright and imaginary property?
I cannot stop laughing.
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