3-D printing startup Quitting Facebook is easy
Just send it a photo of your arm.
Or a photo from your wrist.
Or even your mouth.
Or the back of your hand.
It will print out a chip that will make your Facebook page more accessible to you, allowing you to share your photo with friends and share it to your friends.
And, as a startup, Quitting Twitter will print you a personalized QR code so you can scan it on your smartphone, then send it back to your friend’s phone.
“We wanted to make this an option for people who want to stay on Facebook for a while, but they have other options,” says the founders of Quitting.
Facebook’s algorithm can determine that you’re in the top 1 percent of your social network, and it can then decide to ban you from it.
So they designed a technology that could let people who have never had Facebook before opt-out.
“You can just send them a photo and it’ll do it for you,” says Chris Mims, the co-founder of Quiting.
“It doesn’t have to be anything fancy.
It’s just like a QR code.”
Quitting’s technology is called Quitting, and if it works, it could make the process of quitting Facebook as easy as sending a picture of a photo or a QR-code on your phone.
The company has already sold over 10,000 of its chips and has raised more than $15 million in funding.
Quitting is using an inexpensive 3-dimensional printer to create chips, which are then printed onto plastic to make the chip.
“The first prototype that we made is very, very light,” says Mims.
“So we could put it on a pillow and put it in your pocket, and that’s about the size of a credit card.”
You can send Quitting a photo, a QR Code, or a digital copy of a friend’s profile picture.
The chip will then scan and print a digital version of that photo, letting you share it with friends.
It also makes it easy to share with your Facebook friends.
In a way, it’s a little like Facebook sending you a message.
But, it doesn’t need to be a message, just a photo.
Facebook is not using Quitting to replace Twitter.
Mims says the idea is to give people who never have Twitter access to a new way to communicate with each other.
And it might be even better than Twitter.
“If you look at the things that Twitter has done in the past, it has been a way to have a conversation that has been extremely siloed,” says Michael Pouwels, a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota.
“Facebook is the new place where people are able to communicate and engage in that way.
But they have not done that in the sense that it is free and open and free and accessible to the whole world.
And the way that we can do that is to make it as easy to do it on the mobile phone as it is on the desktop.
We think that we have a better way to do that.”
Facebook says it is now accepting Quitting orders for a $25,000 reward.
Quitters chips are being sold through its own website and through retailers like Best Buy and Target.
The chips are also available to the public through Quitting on Amazon and other online retailers.
The Quitting team hopes to have its chips in more than a dozen cities by the end of the year.
Facebook says the chips will be available to users in the United States by the fall.
Quiring is also planning to start selling in Europe.
“People can now share their photos and video directly on Quitting with people from around the world, without the need for Facebook to have that content in the app,” says Pouws.
Facebook has not disclosed how many people have already signed up to use Quitting for free, but the company says more than 2 million people have signed up for a trial account.
“These are just the first of many products we will roll out, and the opportunity for other companies to make chips and use them is endless,” says Alexei Belousov, a senior vice president at Quitting and Facebook.
“This is one of the few technologies that is built on top of the blockchain and that is a great opportunity for others to follow.”