Let’s not forget Mark Williams’s contention re. “supercilious erudites,” which I like enough to paste here:
That reads as “arrogant know-alls” in my book.
As for the supercilious erudites, there is of course a healthy dose of self-mockery, but also a little of that book-nerd pride that is part of our culture, at least for some members…
Megan Hustad replied to the topic Po.et launches lab for publishing apps on a dedicated blockchain in the forum Industry news 10 months ago
It’s intriguing. Have we mentioned Civil here? Focused on journalism and relies on Ethereum. http://fortune.com/2018/05/02/blockchain-venture-media-civil/
Personally I always come back to this in discussions of blockchain: Being able to split royalties a gajillion different ways, and letting original creators profit from the secondary market.…[Read more]
Megan Hustad started the topic Can someone verify this is still true re. Amazon used globally? in the forum Really global 10 months ago
Hi everyone! I’m looking for a quick fact-check regarding this older Medium post so I can repurpose this bit for a new one on StreetLib for small publishers> Does anyone know if this info is up-to-date?
<span style=”font-weight: 400;”>If you sign up on Amazon from Africa, the Middle East and most of Asia, you won’t be able to download books. You c…
Megan Hustad replied to the topic China's stunning new Tianjin Binhai public library in the forum Industry news 10 months ago
Gorgeous. Thanks for posting this — curiously inspiring on an otherwise gloomy day.
Hi everyone interested in following Market’s fortunes… Melinda and Marta have been working on a new UI/UX for profiles and requests, specifically, so those of you with access to the Drive, please take advantage of that and take a look NOW, before any coding starts. StreetLibers who want to take a look but who don’t have access, please ping me. Gracias!
Thanks, Nane! Check your Inbox for a link to a Google doc. I’m off for the next few hours to take my kid to Tompkins Square Park and enjoy this cloudy holiday day. Maybe we’ll summon the ghost of Allen Ginsberg and ask him to write marketing copy for us. Fingers crossed.