fjordaan / Francois Jordaan

Director of User Experience at www.isotoma.com, UK open-source software consultancy.

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  1. Indie Hackers #211 – Making 5-figures a Month as an OnlyFans Creator with Aella and Savannah Solo

    Today I’m talking to two of the top creators on OnlyFans: Savannah Solo and Aella. Each of them is earning 5-figures a month on the platform, which sits at the intersection of the creator economy and porn. (NSFW… depending on where you work.) In this episode we talk about the stigma of making a living from porn, marketing strategies to get huge on social media, and the future of independent creators on the internet.

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  2. The Fight For Climate After COVID-19

    It seems that the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay as the newly-discovered Omicron variant of the virus spreads throughout the globe.

    But climate change continues to be a threat too, as the impacts become more severe and the window for action narrows.

    In this episode, Host Bill Loveless speaks with someone who has experience working on biological threats like pandemics as well as climate change.

    Alice Hill is the David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for energy and the environment at the Council on Foreign Relations. She previously served as Special Assistant to President Barack Obama and Senior Director for Resilience Policy on the National Security Council.

    The pair discussed her newest book “The Fight For Climate After COVID-19,” a treasure trove of insights on how we can use what we’ve learned from tackling COVID to build a climate resilient future.

    —Huffduffed by fjordaan

  3. Planning for a space mission to last more than 50 years

    In 1977, NASA sent out two Voyager probes to study Jupiter and Saturn. The spacecrafts were designed to last about five years, but they are still, to this day, collecting and sending back data from beyond the solar system. But the Voyager mission is living on borrowed time. Today NPR science correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce talks about a proposal for an intentionally long mission - what it would take for NASA to actually plan for an interstellar voyage that would pass research and responsibility down through generations.

    What would you put on a spacecraft bound for the stars?

    https://www.npr.org/2021/11/01/1051223852/planning-for-a-space-mission-to-last-more-than-50-years

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