Dan alan wrote:You know in the spirit of Permaculture there should be some return of surplus! People generating great content should get a slice of the pie; cash/profit sharing. It seems like a great way to support the whole community of active contributors in their lives and might even help dedicated people get free of of wage slavery. Supporting each other. I hope some day to see more permaculture in business and in real life; you know co-operation vs competition. When you give you always get.
paul wheaton wrote:Two points:
1) I've made lots of things that people thought were stupid in the beginning and then it was obviously cool later.
2) Try 100 things. 2 will work out and you never know in advance which 2.
It could turn out to be that I'm a
dumbass(READ: misguided) and this will be a faceplant. But I am very hopeful.
The "what ifs" of the future and what can be is rolling through my head by the hundreds. I think that this might turn out to be one of the best things we have ever done.
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:... So I'll figure out what to do with it. I'll give pie to a thread, but then I still have it (that's strange ...
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Thank you for the slice of pie! I received it because I had 10 apples.
Kelly Smith wrote:[quote=Inge Leonora-den Ouden.... edit:
looks like someone gave me a pie slice. i didnt earn this one via apples
how about a simple gift card to Amazon
The problem with Bitcoin is all the flipping waiting. They almost want a high resolution scan of my colon from both directions before I can even buy Bitcoin.
Can you enable your PayPunk account, (PayPal) to allow guest transactions?
And to add to my long windiness, how does one submit a FREE product for you or your folks to try out? No strings, don't need it back even.
Burra Maluca wrote:Woohoo - I have a slice of pie!
Thankyou Penny. I was having a really crappy day and then the pie arrived and snapped me out of it.
I'm gonna go see what it can do, or what I can do with it, or however it works...