According to this comment on HN:
> My favorite part of this story is that they DAO has actually raised ~$8m, spent $3m on the book (10x the expected auction price), then the "core team" has started paying themselves ~$30k a month each. Also, how is this "decentralised" when one person owns over 50% of the voting token?
My newest project:
Use your modern browser (Firefox / Chrome / Edge) and MIDI controller or computer keyboard and/or mouse.
Image from page 249 of "A text-book of agricultural zoology" (1899)
Sometimes when I'm helping a non-techie with computer issues, and the best advice I can give them is "did you try turning it off and back on again," I wonder if they think I'm not really trying to help them, or that I'm withholding some secret computer science knowledge from them. But no – this is the big insight! When you're a programmer, you realize that programmers don't really know what they're doing. All software is terrible. And our collective misfortune, as users, is to do battle with it