@lee when I deleted my facebook, years ago, there was the option to download all my data. There's a .zip living somewhere in my files in case I ever want to see my old communications.
@lee You do know the conversations can be downloaded too? Or is it the UI important context for the memory? I downloaded my info last week. I always get stuck at the last step: contacting people that has posted pictures of me that I want to have removed before I delete.
after the crypto bubble bursts i hope we get to raid warehouses full of GPUs WOOO
1. bought an Andy Warhol drawing for $20,000.
2. made 999 high-quality forgeries.
3. shuffled them.
4. sold each of the 1000 drawings for $250.
You might get the original $20,000 Warhol, but you’ll never know. This hurts my brain and I'm loving it!
It's a reasonable price for common art. No lottery. Nobody is ripped off. The artist profits hugely, yet gives away a unique item far below market value, but its receiver won't know.
It challenges our value system in very Warhol-way.
@lee It is deliberately not a feature. It's controversial, I know. I need to write a blog post about it at some point.
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