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I recently joined another writing community online, Foster, and I'm pretty excited. Writing is something that is not only more likely to happen when you have a group around you, but it also makes it more enjoyable.
I'm already getting some great feedback on my next article, on the fall of the United States, hang tight for that!
On a different note, my family is planning various summer vacations, and I could not be more excited to see family again after so, so long.
My latest piece is about digital tribes coming offline and out into the real world. With tribe members forming communes around the world. This is a bit of bold prediction, but I think we'll see these internet first communes in the near future.
I start the piece with a bit of a story to throw you in,
“Did I hear you right, Zoom must have cut out. Baja Mexico?”
I was sitting in front of my computer watching Annie and trying to wrap my head around the idea she was explaining. She wants to move with her family to Mexico, buy land, and build a commune. What is she talking about? This isn’t the first time she’s talked about things like this, I mean, she is kinda obsessed with our internet community, but she sounds serious this time. Is she serious?
It's fascinating to me that there's so many crazy things happening in space news that people don't know about.
Maybe they're not paying attention because it doesn't effect them?
But, what do you think about Los Angeles to London in 32 minutes?
That's the premise of earth to earth flights on Starship by SpaceX. It's a simple premise. They'll take their existing technology and fly up into orbit, part way around the Earth, and land. This is much, much faster than a commercial flight for 2 reasons.
Rockets are fast
In space there's no air friction, meaning they can go really, really, really fast.
They're going to be running a test run to Hawaii soon.
Want to know more? Here's a great YouTube video on the topic:
What do you think?
Do you think digital tribes will coalesce in physical spaces?
Would you fly on a Starship?
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Have an awesome weekend and see you next week! Daniel
“In order for us to have a future that’s exciting and inspiring, it has to be one where we’re a space-bearing civilization.” Elon Musk
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