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That stands to reason. Tiny machinery doesn't just assemble itself.

I am currently being paid for podcast editing. Of course, compensation is sub-sensational ... and that's a rather deep understatement. The work is good though, when it's there.

Yeah, I've long wondered whether I shouldn't try and get in that game, sound editing for film. I assume you have to know the secret password and have good ins to get a seat at the table, on top of skills/experience.

Huh. That's an excellent point. Now I just need to find a DIY guide to high end watchmaking (or jeweled scarab crafting, whichever). Is the iZotope/final mix link a nod to your current gig? I seem to recall you do film, which I have to guess, is the right side of soundcraft to get in on. I'm more on the music/podcast editing side, which ... may not be. It hasn't brought me a pension, that's for sure.

Wait ... for real? I must confess, my mind has never visited this avenue.

And, to throw another wrench in the works, do you think any of that could be reversed with protectionist policy?

Yes. Pain points will emerge though, even if not on paper.

Well, that is indeed the question. If there is no leverage for the worker within the system, or game, can the worker find it outside the system? And is this why the development of weapons of mass suppression has been such a priority in recent times?

I agree that the headline is an overstatement. It's a common ailment where headlines are concerned. It'll be interesting to see how the workers exercise their leverage as things progress in these directions. As always, I'm hoping it won't be through bloody riots, but that's a given. Regarding the man paying, I'm less sure, but encouraged by your optimism on the subject!

Wow, fun! I love synchronicity. I look forward to the mk onramp to the distributed web!

The banishment of net neutrality has prompted me (perhaps irrelevantly) to finally get around to researching mesh networking. This, in turn, has made me want to try out #tincan, though my smartphone is too smart to let me test it out in a mobile context. More to the point, I can't seem to find it on the interwebs. Has it been called home to the hangar? Is there a newer version, or a recommended alternative?

That is beautiful. I hadn't, thanks for calling it to my attention. Count on Sufjan to apotheosize this tale of shame and farce.

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Thanks for that, Odder!

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hmmm ... I'd be happy to, but I should find out if that violates hubski policy. Can anybody answer definitively?

Sorry, I didn't realize they had the time-released pay wall. Frustrating, though I get why.

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