@mildlydiverting @ianbetteridge @tomskitomski Indeed. In isolation the short version always seemed like an excuse for “do whatever we want”, as sensitive as “move fast and break things”.
@ianbetteridge @tomskitomski That's what I always thought.
@tomskitomski What happened to "Ask forgiveness, not permission"?
@robtelford @robnitm Thanks Rob T. It's always nice to at least provide a link to an "All rights reserved" image (but acknowledging that Rob B may have found it unattributed elsewhere).
a tiktoker just showed me how he films videos for tiktok and youtube simultaneously and my mind has been boggled
@tomskitomski @philgyford "Ask forgiveness not permission" was a value of a company I used to work for. Until they put it in big letters on a wall and someone pointed out that it's actually more than a bit rapey.
To give her her full name