Perhaps better to be more granular with i.e. responsibility dilution, absence of collective, etc. ToC seems to be more about the outcome, which can have multiple causes. To be honest, I don't think the term is going to drop out of usage any time soon.
@jamie get him a pint, I'll pay you back.
@jasper what prompted you to post this?
@owen Ah, I'm quite bad at telling what's a shitpost and what-not.
Yes! Social media is in a sorry state of venture/surveillance capitalism, on a seemingly unending cycle.
There may be some parallels between pastures and platforms, but they're pretty diff. too.
There's a guy called Karl Bushby who started walking from the southernmost point of Chile towards Hull, England in 1998. He's still going! And should finish next year 👣
He crossed from North America to Russia over the Bering Strait when it was frozen in winter—after being sent back by the Russian authorities multiple times. The only part he'll have to swim is across the English Channel 🏊
@owen Ah, I mean, there *have* been quite a lot of documented cases where, for myriad reasons, commoners did manage to degrade their shared resources to the point of destruction.
Because these commoners either moved on, or changed course, there is a bit of a 'survival bias', because the only one that were e.g. stolen by kings were the ones that made it!
Just don't want people to get too rosey-eyed about the good-ole-days.
('Governing the Commons' by Elinor Ostrom is my main source)
@carl ouch, aber ich hab das glücklicherweise als vorteil
On the topic: things that make me smile about the #librem5 phone
Running the command: `vrms` from a terminal and getting the following output:
@hardbass2k8 the same people are winning
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