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Dear Tumblr,
Last night was amazing. I have lots more to say, but I’m shooting all day, so it’ll have to wait. It was great to see so many familiar faces and meet so many talented and fun people. Mostly though, thanks for making me feel good about making films and putting them on the Internet. I’ll keep making them if you keep enjoying them.
Love, Peter.

atencio:

Dear Tumblr,

Last night was amazing. I have lots more to say, but I’m shooting all day, so it’ll have to wait. It was great to see so many familiar faces and meet so many talented and fun people. Mostly though, thanks for making me feel good about making films and putting them on the Internet. I’ll keep making them if you keep enjoying them.

Love, Peter.

This kind of thing continually reinforces something I’ve thought about a lot since the App store was released, which sounds horrible to say but it might be true: Apple is creating an ecosystem of the kind of customers I don’t want. With the ridiculous approval process leaving bugfixes to take over a week to show up, with prices being driven down to nothing by farting apps… it just feels hostile to me. While I have plenty of great customers who have been raving about the app, all it takes is one little issue and it all comes crashing down. Maniacal Rage: Reading post (via kvasir)

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