Why fast—and not free—could reinvent the entire internet. Or at least, I dunno, data catalogs.
Love Smitten Kitchen too! I was just thinking about making these again: https://smittenkitchen.com/2014/02/chocolate-hazelnut-linzer-hearts/
Nice analysis. My hope is that the created BS will bring us back to a more meaningful Internet somehow, just as it was initially intended.
Looking forward to corporate all-hands coming with live/auto-generated fact check pirate feeds, á la Twitter Community Notes.
“Due to unforeseen supply chain challenges(1), unfortunately we’ll have to work together to become leaner. There will be no bonuses this year, and we’ll be losing 5,000 of our beloved colleagues. We’re all in this together(2).
1: Disruptions at our main distributor’s facilities were forecasted in Q3 last year and Q1 this year with a confidence score of Medium and High, respectively. These were dismissed by the COO for fear that switching suppliers would compromise quarterly targets.
2: The suspension of bonuses will only apply to employees graded E2 or lower.
Benn, the frame of cost and speed - when they both approach zero, discontinuous change happens. It is a very helpful framework. Thank you for sharing. Maybe we will not need any enterprise analytics teams in future :)
Thanks Benn! Your insights are much appreciated
qortal.org is well positioned to soon destroy the internet, by making it free for everybody. Check it out and you will understand what I mean.