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This is the single greatest triumph of technology over itself, boost if you agree.

We need Anarchist Logistics because capitalist logistics is collapsing.

Support your neighbors. Rely on each other, because the systems we are forced to live within will do the bare minimum to keep us from rioting.

Uhm... I think #NSA and #CIA deployed #PiHole:

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"The IC has implemented network-based ad-blocking technologies and uses information from several layers, including Domain Name System information, to block unwanted and malicious advertising content," the CIO recently told Wyden's office, according to the letter.
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vice.com/en/article/93ypke/the

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*slaps roof of dense forest* this bad boy can fit so many fungi in it

If you read that as "he must have fucked something up," then you'd be right

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Just learned about the Lenovo "emergency reset hole" and I gotta say: I'm a fan.

Do not buy NFT made with my art.
Do not make NFT with my Creative-Commons artworks.
If you respect my art, remember and apply this.

Here is my article about what just happened: davidrevoy.com/article864/drea

#NFT #NFTCommunity

This is your irregular reminder that crypto is short for cryptography, which is good and useful. The monster you're thinking of is cryptocurrency, which is currently a toy of the rich and the bro.

Announcing the Become The Media film festival from the Ellijay makerspace.

Our first annual fall film fest!

Recommended 15 minutes or less, required 4:3/standard definition. Remote submissions are welcome, tell your friends.

ellijaymakerspace.org/ellijay-

Near the top of Manhattan is the Cloisters, a MET outpost dedicated to medieval art. Every year, the grounds are the site of a free medieval festival. It's a lot of fun, but has been canceled since 2020 because of COVID. It makes me sad wondering when the next one might be.

Here's hoping for 2022.

for under US$2500 you can buy a pair of wireless transceivers and antennas that form a 1.5gbps wireless bridge at about 8km separation and I think that's beautiful.

Stanisław Lem's 1964 story, published in English for the first time, tells the tale of a scientist in an insane asylum theorizing that the sun is alive.

thereader.mitpress.mit.edu/the

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