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Weyland Swart
BCom Law graduate with an interest in all things digital design and development. Digital product marketer at .
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Weyland Swart 17h
Replying to @antoniopratas
The sad part is that people like this run countries every day, Brexit has just brought them to the surface...
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Weyland Swart 17h
Replying to @NickColley
I’m very much still learning myself, by the way. My education was Law-focused and I spent quite a lot of time thinking about the informal, non-legal establishment of trust and reciprocity.
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Weyland Swart 17h
Replying to @NickColley
It’s all about establishing functional and reciprocal relationships. And ultimately they’re all pegged against trust. Once we are able to trust one another reciprocity flows.
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Weyland Swart 17h
Replying to @syswarren
I thought oui (French)*
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Weyland Swart 17h
Replying to @NickColley
Trust is, or should be, foundational. Privacy and data transparency should be functions of and supplements to that foundation.
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Weyland Swart 18h
Came here to say the same thing and am glad someone beat me to it. That’s a face of pure joy. You’re a great dad Rodney. Wishing the best for your son!
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Weyland Swart 18h
Replying to @Ganticdotco
*right click* “Synonyms”
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Weyland Swart 18h
Anything that sounds out of place, confusingly involves Billions and could come across as a startup parody probably has something to do with WeWork.
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Weyland Swart 19h
Replying to @kyliestew
I’ve got the logging part down. I just think I need some discipline in reflecting on each task. And then, yeah, I’m hopeless at the end of each day. Seems to all come back to discipline.
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Weyland Swart 19h
Replying to @kyliestew
Do you update this on an ongoing basis throughout the day or at the end of the day? I find the biggest challenge to be distracting myself for long enough to jot down notes like this. It breaks my focus and efficiency. Conversely I tend to miss things at the end of the day.
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Weyland Swart 20h
Replying to @fba @ryanckulp
Heh, phallicies.
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Weyland Swart 23h
Replying to @lizadixon
I’m always reminded about how unfair life is when it’s those implicated that are killed and not the one responsible.
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Weyland Swart Oct 22
Replying to @jackyalcine
Cancel culture involves morality and actionable accountability involves legality. Morality is subjective, legality is objective. The burden of cancel culture is temporary because people move on. The burden of actionable accountability is permanent because Laws are prescriptive.
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Weyland Swart Oct 22
Replying to @tasedan
Dammit I saw a massive discussion around this recently. On a Twitter. I’ll try to recall where it was. Breadth of adoption was a recurring metric.
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Weyland Swart Oct 21
Replying to @mikefaley @xdesro and 2 others
The most ridiculous thing about this statement is that people still feel the need to save to that extent while the interest on their debt slowly eats at their ‘bottom line’. Education around credit and debt management is, maybe conveniently to some, lacking.
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Weyland Swart Oct 21
Replying to @HipCityReg
It may not be anything special but at least I don’t have 46,254 unread emails.
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Weyland Swart Oct 21
Replying to @imcatnoone
‘Met’ my current girlfriend on a combination of Facebook and Instagram five years ago. Not on either anymore.
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Weyland Swart Oct 21
Replying to @jmspool
Cool article URL.
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Karan Ganesan Oct 20
why small teams make great apps/products/games 👇 eg. , , (before Facebook bought Whatsapp)
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Weyland Swart Oct 21
Weird flex but ok.
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