Tumblr is useless for rational discussion.
NO IT’S NOT, YOU RACIST SCUMBAG!
Just a clarification
I got a good private message last night asking about why I “liked” a certain post. “Was it for X or for Y’s response”.
The real answer is “Neither”.
99.99% of the time, if I liked a post, it’s because I haven’t read it in full yet but I would like to. I basically use the “Like” option as a bookmark or save for later.
If I like your post or any post, i’m not generally endorsing it’s content or your views. I’m simply book marking to read and respond at a later time.
I’m not the only one that does this, right?
Hey you guys, don’t be afraid the “like” my stuff, the NSA already knows how you really feel.
Tumblr Book Exchange
A lot of you have a lot of interesting books that I haven’t had the pleasure of reading and I have a ton of books myself. Which got me thinking, maybe we should all trade books.
What do you guys think?
Just realized I can’t book mark with missing e anymore.
Also, tumblr ditched the timestamp on posts so I can’t figure out when something was posted.
I don’t mind change, I just hate change for the worst.
David Karp signed off on his official Yahoo!-tumblr buyout letter with “Fuck yeah, David”. Excellent.
Why do corporations feel the need to buy out every fucking thing. Are they not happy enough with 80 million dollars a year…they just want more and more and more.
Because people are willing to sell.
There are only a few revenue streams and there are even fewer exit strategies for start-ups. Building a product that’s targeted at an established company with the hopes that they will take notice and offer you a buy out is an entrepreneur’s dream.
David Karp, who’s already wroth $200+ million, is going to triple that with the stroke of a pen on Monday. He can retire at the age of 26, if he wanted to (probably doesn’t want to.)
Seems like a great thing that giant corporations are willing to buy out start-ups.