> "Facebook is extremely thinly staffed ... and this is because there are a lot of technologists that look at what Facebook has done and their unwillingness to accept responsibility, and people just aren't willing to work there," Haugen said
For those who are not familiar: a worker cooperative (or co-op) is a company that's majority-owned by the workers themselves.
A platform co-op, meanwhile, is kind of a hybrid where the co-op is owned by the workers that build it but also by the *customers* that use it.
"Augh! I am *tired* of playing the Silicon Valley expansion. You guys know I've wanted to try the 80's Wall Street supplement and see if my Level 3 Stockbroker / Level 1 Coke Dealer subclass is a viable build."
The Sci-Fi Channel miniseries struck the right note on how to handle it without making it more homophobic than the writing itself, IMHO.
As tinged with homophobia as book-canon Dune is, it feels even more offensive to render the Dune story into something sexless and celibate, but only for queer sex.
I otherwise enjoyed this film quite a lot, but ouch, those Baron scenes. The look was mostly fine-ish, fascinating choice to erase his book-canon libido?, but it was the Baron's spoken voice that was most disappointing.
I'm also thinking that this adaptation's Baron Harkonnen is the weakest so far.
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Oh no. My brain is now writing Eliezier Yudkowsky x Male Reader Real Person Slash.
Donald L. King: gay man, cat dad, PTSD, CSA survivor, autistic, software engineer, and hobbyist science fiction writer.
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