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@InspectorCaracal ...I want to write a story about a mermaid who writes reviews of the various docks in her area for the edification of other mermaids, like a restaurant critic, and call it Pier Review.

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Band name of the day: Cannibal Nymphs from Pluto

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hello! i now have an RSS feed for my finished works. eq.ed1.club/art/feed.xml

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From twitter.com/LockPickingLwyr/st:

"The company that sent me the pictured fingerprint lock has provided the security quote of the year: “...the lock is invincible to the people who do not have a screwdriver.”"

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Just met two #fediverse members in person, without it being a fediverse-specific meetup! Quaker conference session on "Communication with Conscience, Internet with Integrity".

So I have some evidence that we actually exist!

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oh, and in the news i missed this week, it seems that greece and macedonia finally agreed on a name for macedonia the greeks won't hate (too much), resolving one of the long-standing european international disputes

that always was rather absurd, but absurd is pretty much the second name for the entire balkans

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News at ten: most internet systems, including some well known ones, are fly by night operations held together with crudely taped on cat photos, good intentions, coffee and late night coding.
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1 comic sans a day keeps the designers away

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reposting my favorite chart of all time

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«In 1993, John Gilmore famously said that "The Internet interprets censorship as damage and routes around it." That was technically true when he said it but only because the routing structure of the Internet was so distributed. As centralization increases, the Internet loses that robustness, and censorship by governments and companies becomes easier.»
schneier.com/blog/archives/201

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