Alright, folks, here's the lowdown for the video. The Dnipro Dam disaster in Ukraine is causing massive trouble. A ton of people had to leave, and many more can't get clean water. It's hitting global grain trade and messing up bird migration, plus turning a huge region into a desert.
This is just a snapshot of the global "Clickbait War" we're facing. Basically, it's a big tug-of-war between different internet and economic models. We're trying to make tech and communities that are more decentralized and user-focused – like the "web3-native-personal-computer" idea.
On a different note, Reddit's gone dark. They've upset users and app developers with their price changes, leading to a blackout. People aren't happy their work is making profits for others.
To be part of a fairer web community, check out iva dot community. There's a ton of stuff happening in the Clickbait War landscape - everything from digital currencies fighting traditional systems to decentralized governance versus private ones.
On a side note, there's a desperate need to deal with the dam disaster in Ukraine. We need to research, involve more officials and bring in temporary solutions.
In other news, OpenAI's in hot water for defamation, Xiaomi's smart glasses are selling like hotcakes, and Raspberry Pi is upping production.
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That’s why we develop products to help talents in hardware, software development, related design and art making their commits
- open source
- building up their authority and monetary capital in the development world
We build up the day when developers liberate from exploiting monopolies.
Free to choose
- what to develop,
- whom for and
- where from
- and how much money to make.
Ending up with their own WEB3 native personal computers they snap to make whatever they want:
- sell in bulk
- monetize realities
- govern the web together