if you’d like to learn about Web3 and immerse yourself in the culture, ive acquired 3 extra slots for this reading/discussion group — would like to give them to LGBTQIA people or other underrepresented people in this space
reply below or DM me, and I’ll give them out in a bit
hey all, wow surprised this got shared as much as it did — i wish i had more to spread around, but for now i’ve sent 5 out to 5 different people who responded to this thread: etherscan.io/token/0x819b12…
if you didn’t receive, you still will be able to get the content later:
“Token holders get to participate in the live discussions with authors & experts, & get a full seminar-like in-class experience. All content otherwise will be released publicly for anyone to follow along.”
1. go to etherscan link 2. go to "contract" 3. go to "write contract" 4. connect wallet 5. expand "Claim" function 6. enter a number between 1-8000 7. click write 8. if it hasn't already been claimed, u can claim for gas
So you just joined @DispoHQ, but you’re having trouble getting started or have Qs. Here’s a how-to & FAQ 🧵
🎞 How do Rolls work?
Rolls are kinda like albums. By default, your camera doesn’t shoot to any roll. It shoots to the “My Library” tab.
🎞 Do I need to shoot to Rolls?
It’s safest to start out by shooting *without* selecting any Rolls on the camera screen. You can always add photos to Rolls after the fact by going to a photo in your Library and clicking the 3 dots in the top right.
🎞 Roles within Rolls
The person who creates a Roll is the “moderator” and can remove any photos or people from it. Any member of a Public Roll can invite people to join, but only the creator of a Private Roll can invite people to the Private Roll.
It’s a new social media app created by @DavidDobrik. It originally was released in 2020 as a camera app that mimicked a retro disposable camera.
🎞 Why do I need an invite?
The old Dispo app is still available in the app store, but that’s not the one everyone is talking about all of a sudden. There’s a new version that adds a social media component, and it’s currently in private beta for iOS.
It’s incredibly easy to lose sight of your own growth & wellbeing when working at a startup. There’s so much to do, and there’s a tendency to think you’re being selfish if you prioritize your needs. Don’t make this mistake.
2. If there’s a natural slow moment, don’t always fill it with more work.
Downtime & slow moments are rare at startups, so when they happen you NEED to take advantage of them. Don’t always let that vacuum fill up with more hustling. This is burn-out protection.
It’s interesting to me that follower count is one of the most explicit things about social media, but so many of us have shame around the idea of wanting attention or believing our work is “worth” being followed.
A lot of people are also unwilling to do “what it takes” to achieve a following. We as human beings like consistency and predictability... so people who stay “on brand” and focused on one topic tend to grow their following more.