via Wendy M. Grossman, writing about the Fastly.com incident:
it’s more likely that stuff like this will also increase, will be harder to debug, and will cause far more ancillary damage – and that damage will not be limited to the virtual world. A single random human, accidentally or intentionally, is now capable of creating physical-world damage at scale.
Ms. Grossman, writing about Gamestop’s fall, rise & fall & fall & …:
In the long term, fundamentals *should* matter. because the value of having the market in the first place isn’t to make people rich but to help channel investment to viable businesses. If it doesn’t fulfill that function it’s time for real reform.