Anchor.fm and WordPress have almost made it work . . . but not yet.

I feel like it’s amateur hour all over the Web these days. Why would you roll out an integration that doesn’t work with existing accounts unless you were just desperate to launch something new? Are you trying to justify your salary? Are you trying to beat someone to the punch? Are you trying to be all AGILE and shit? I think this beta mentality, that polish and finish isn’t required, has had its day. How about you act like professionals and do the job the right way??? :-))))))) That would be nice. Thank you.

Video streaming alternatives to YouTube, Facebook, etc. for content creators (a.k.a., the good guys)

I don’t understand why these content creators don’t move to a different network/channel. For example, my content on http://hourback.tv/ is now hosted on Twitch. But when I get dinged for accidentally broadcasting nudity or violating their terms of service I can just point it somewhere else, such as my own server on Linode.com, for example. No one needs to be a slave to YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, whatever. There are other options, folks!!!! Things are not as dreadful as presented here. They just need to explore other avenues.

My comment on that particular YouTube video on 2002-08-09@21:35 Central Daylight Time.

An introduction!

First, you might want to ask yourself what the World Wide Web actually is. If you don’t know then I suggest that you look it up on Wikipedia. It is the greatest invention in communications since that fuck-face Henry Ford started turning human civilization into fascistic trash, a machine whose sole purpose was infinite growth and production and consumption. Well, we’ve done that, and we see how it goes. Now go the fuck to bed, little Nazi.

But anyways . . . ! πŸ™‚ I want to begin this in an illuminating fashion, something that is attractive and pleasant for everyone! Because it is very important that people pay attention to it.

We need to recognize what was accomplished when the Web was devised. And we need to leverage that power. We need to learn that by connecting everyone to everyone else, we become a greater thing. And by that virtue we discover things we hadn’t even thought of discovering.

I’m out of breath now, but I hope that this starts, or continues, a conversation about how important our connectivity is. If we don’t recognize it, we will risk our total demise. We must connect, like it or not, to every living thing around us, if we are to survive this jaunt through the universe.

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