Man, I’d be so pissed off if I were a columnist for the NYT and then got paywalled, you know, just the way the NYT columnists were all pissed off when they got paywalled IRL.
Just the way that SF Chronicle columnists were when they got paywalled a few years back. And I thought, oh, that will save me some time, you know, with not having to do the Nevius Watch.
And then the Chronicle paywall came down, a few years back.
And then, in late 2014, I thought the paywall was coming back.
And now, in early 2015, I don’t know what to think.
Anyway, here’s some older, non-paywalled Neviana, on the topic of Twitter account @HiddenCash:
“Although the user profile says this is “an anonymous social experiment for good,” selling the account would make sense. The buyer would get a marketing tool already equipped with 100,000 subscribers.”
And at the time I thought, uh no, Nevius, selling the account wouldn’t make sense.
Poor Nevius, so suspicious of everyone (except those from SFGov who feed him tidbits every now and then).
I’m not saying that the ARPANET was good for the Nevius, oh not at all. It was bad for the Nevius. He don’t like it. But the world doesn’t owe you a living, Chuck.
And “don’t read the comments,” Neve. They’ll only upset you.
Never read the comments, Neve.