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  1. Painted Pixels
    “Video games, retro stuff, and other otaku and geeky interests.” By Toad64.

    High Scores and Glowing Plaques: Memories of the Blockbuster Video Game Championships
    In the 80s and 90s, Nintendo was firmly against video game rentals. Big name video rental places like West Coast Video and Blockbuster were stocking NES, and later, SNES games, and so were all the …
    By Toad64, 81 words

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  2. Calum Ryan - Articles
    “Making websites, focusing on accessibility, inclusivity and performance.” 🇬🇧

    Weeknote 57
    Leaseholder joys A dreaded letter from my apartment's management company fell through the letterbox this week demanding yet more money. It seems the previous owner of my apartment had some outstanding fees which I'm now …
    By Calum Ryan, 313 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  3. Justin Pinkney
    “Most of the things on this website are either about Generative Art or Deep Learning or the combination of the two.” 🇬🇧

    Stable Diffusion Image Variations
    This post is time-travelling a little. For some reason I never blogged about the image variations stable diffusion model I trained, so this is a bit of a recap on the how and why of …
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  4. Hazel McNab – News
    “Bring the natural world into your home with my stunning range of hand-printed artworks.” 🇬🇧

    One of my favourite things about living where I do, in Cornwall and working for myself is, if it's a lovely afternoon, sometimes, I can just go out and enjoy it. Especially June when it's …
    By Hazel McNab, 348 words

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  5. Sibylla Bostoniensis
    “Everything Unravels, Everything Will Fade.” By Siderea. 🇺🇸

    How to Compete with Patreon [New Media, Tech, Patreon]
    Canonical link: Another post that started as a rant on Mastodon. This has been adapted and expanded further.It is incredibly frustrating that the only thing more stupid than Patreon is all the alleged Patreon …
    269 words

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  6. Carl Barenbrug
    “A product designer and creative director at Minimalissimo and 099.” 🇬🇧

    Minimal Email Setup
    This is a follow-up to Manu's article on the same subject. I'll cover my experience and some desktop visual results of applying this method. Some people love emails. Some people hate them. Most of us …
    By Carl Barenbrug, 460 words

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    “A science fiction and fantasy books reviews blog, with regular reviews of diverse novels.” By C.

    E. G. Condé, Sordidez
    E. G. Condé, Sordidez, Stelliform Press, 2023. Sordidez is a near-future novel, tangling the fate of three indigenous characters of Central America and the Caribbean, as they are confronted to climate catastrophes and colonisation. Vero …
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  8. Flamed Fury
    “My personal homepage, full of stuff that means everything to me, and nothing to you.” 🇳🇿

    New X-Men (2001) Was Awesome
    When I started drafting this post, it was going to be something about art not matching the story. At first, during the first eight or nine issues, the art by Frank Quitely was quite jarring. …
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    “speaking my truth.” By Mark Hurty. 🇺🇸

    Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2024 Season Announcement
    Tim Bond, OSF’s new artistic director, and Evren Odcikin, associate artistic director, announced the festival’s 2024 season and it looks like pretty good. There were rumblings that the season would be shorter than usual (it …
    By Mark, 153 words

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  10. Othmar's Trombone
    “I'm just a teacher, standing in front of a class, asking them to be quiet and listen.” By jamestheo. 🇬🇧

    The end of things
    Someone has left a newspaper on this train. It is open on a story about how avocados are being cultivated so they don’t have stones. It seems that modernity has left people too busy or …
    By jamestheo, 724 words

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  11. nitrateglow
    “I like to viddy the old films now and then.” 🇺🇸

    The greatest hits of 1923
    Time for my yearly Silent Movie Day tradition of talking about the movies that made the big, big money a century ago! Nineteen-twenty-three seems to have largely been the year of the historical epics. Only …
    By nitrateglow, 4,771 words

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  12. The Zozzled Cocktail
    “A drinker's guide to historic cocktailing.”

    The venerable Mojito. We’ve all had one. Most are horrible; made with cheap ingredients and less than thoughtful preparation. It’s a deceptively simple concoction and thus, like the Martini, requires quality ingredients and a bit …
    By Robert H., 243 words

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  13. Ben Viveur
    “The Epicurean musings of Benjamin Nunn. Recipes. Reviews. Beer. Swearing.” 🇬🇧

    BV London Pub of the Year 2022-23 - the results
    What combines the anticipatory excitement of a gender-reveal party with the hoppy aroma of a cool, fresh pint, and the excited anticipation of a different gender-reveal party?That's right - the BV London Pub of the …
    By Benjamin Nunn, 453 words

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  14. everything changes
    “I work with individuals, teams, and organizations who are looking to make a change in their work with intention and integrity.” By Mandy Brown. 🇺🇸

    Real human beings
    “The more attention and care we put into trying to treat everyone who worked on the data like real, full human beings, the harder those people worked.” That’s Erin Kissane, on the Frontier Magazine podcast, …
    By Mandy Brown, 120 words

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  15. Lea Verou • Blog
    “I have a long-standing passion for open web standards.” 🇺🇸

    State of HTML 2023 now open!
    tl;dr the brand new State of HTML survey is finally open! Take State of HTML 2023 Survey Benefits to you: Survey results are used by browsers to prioritize roadmaps — the reason Google is funding …
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