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Hey, the Eyeo Festival talks are now online! I know some of you were asking to see my talk that included this slide. Well, it's here!

vimeo.com/354276253

(I explained this concept at a party to some very nice people who work at Twitter and they seemed really jealous that I get to work on stuff like this)

@darius

*gets to "I don't want to live in a trustless society"*

big. fucking. mood. seriously

(although my first thought of how to implement that is, ah, quite unsavory in several ways. second too. and I'm not really a people person. 😔)

@darius

HOLY SHIT YOU'RE SPECIFICALLY CONNECTING PEOPLE SOCIALLY? and it's in a nonromantic, 'unforced' context (unlike, personal bitterness here, so much of the bullshit my family and school (respectively) did

that's social matchmaking and it's wild to actually see people still doing it for, like, not-money-reasons?

please keep doing and saying what you are doing and saying <3 ^_^

@darius Like Internet Pringing Protocol and it's Common Unix Printing System implementation?

Well the problem there seems to be that printer manufacturers don't really seem to want to make quality products, they demanded drivers to be installed where they should be unnecessary, and Google stepped with a centralized solution to a problem that's already been solved better.

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