#reintroduction : I use this site wrong. I mostly use Twidere on Android, which hides CW pretty deep, so I sometimes forget. I generally read everything in my feed, in order, but am often up-to three days behind. I may inexplicably boost or reply to something you've forgotten about, and I'm sorry.
As an #introduction, I live in the Bronx, and I manage some programmers in the financial data space. I'm married to a YA librarian with NY Public Libraries. I read a lot of books, some of them are not out yet. I have wide interests and lots of hobbies. If I'm following you, I probably noticed you talk about something I thought was interesting.
I'm not going to preach about NFTs, but watch this (admittedly US-centric) video about legal issues around them both for consumers & creators.
It's long (46m) but good for anyone who is thinking about getting on NFT 🚂.
+ Nebula (membership required).
My take on NFTs. New video up on Nebula and YouTube (Nebula has an exclusive companion video all about NFTs for artists and creators!)
Copying this with zero attribution under ancient internet made-up fair use doctrine:
If you use someone's NFT art just make sure to put "copyright not intended" and you're covered under a doctrine of "internet copyright law that people made up" that is more ancient than the NFT and therefore more valid.
🤔 Wenn ich per Anhalter durch die Welt reisen kann, dann sollte es doch auch möglich sein, per boosten durch das Fediverse zu reisen. Bitte booste mich! Ich werde versuchen, über diese Reise zu schreiben. Dankeschön.👍
Liebe Grüße Teoma 💙
🤔 If I can hitchhike through the world, then it should be possible to boost through the Fediverse. Please boost me! I will try to write about this trip. Thank you.👍
Kind regards Teoma 💙
Perl and C language systems programmer on UNIX. Born in 1974. I poke frets on Ukuleles and strum on black and white keys. I read. All puns are welcome here.
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