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"My theory: Patreon doesn’t want to be a money services business" by Christie Koehler https://subfictional.com/my-theory-patreon-doesnt-want-to-be-a-money-services-business/ #patreon
Ooh dang I had the change all backwards. The new fees are paid *by the patron*.
Al Franken, uspol Show more
I'm glad he's stepping down, but it's shitty timing for democracy, the left, and those fighting the Trump/GOP agenda.
I hope Franken and other Dems (including potential future politicians) take seriously the ramifications of being kicked out of office.
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I resolved to support more creators this year, feeling that we should be more accepting of making even small payments to support the stuff we consume.
One of my favorite YouTube game streamers has 250,000 followers. What if even 5% of those followers could contribute $1/month?
Pateron's latest change means they'll take $0.43 of all my small $1 pledges. That's pretty shitty.
Beyond the first-world-problem of "I want my stuff," UPS's inability to get my packages to me is very frustrating as a rural-living person. Delivery means access. It shrinks the world, makes me feel less remote, and brings me things I can't otherwise get. This sort of breakdown of infrastructure is very isolating.
I'm a little more than halfway through 3 day training at work, 10:00 - 18:00, Tue-Thu. It's a pretty interesting diversion from my usual schedule.
An Etsy Engineer Made Earrings To Hold Your Two-Factor Security Keys https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/vbze3d/yubikey-earrings
"In theory, Casper could see what you'd typed into a form even if you backed out." Maybe I'm jaded? I assume most sites do this, despite it being unethical as fuck. https://www.engadget.com/2017/12/03/casper-faces-lawsuit-over-web-tracking/
Looking again, it's just nonsensical. It arrived in Chelmsford, MA, then departed from Laurel, MD? Prrrrrrrrrobably not.
UPS is so wildly inconsistent. At one point tonight I had 3 packages in Chelmsford, MA (including one package that's been MIA since Tuesday), but only 1 made it on the truck to Laconia, NH.