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    By Iain Tait. 🇬🇧

    If you want to listen the mix is hosted over on MixCloud.
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  2. Adam Greenfield's Speedbird
    “Clean living under difficult circumstances.” 🇬🇧

    Beyond Hope: pre-orders now available!
    Just a heads-up that the listing for my forthcoming book Beyond Hope: Collective Power and Mutual care in the Long Emergency has just gone live on Amazon here in the UK, and that you’d be …
    By AG, 63 words

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    “I am a designer and illustrator and I live in West Wales not far from Swansea.” By Aegir Hallmundur. 🇬🇧

    Apple Cake
    Got apples? Then make apple cake!
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  4. Alex Wilson - Home
    “Software Engineer, Technical Architect — Helping build a better, faster internet.” 🇬🇧

    How to opt-in (or opt-out) of Slack's new UI
    Slack's new UI hits pretty different. Since it's rolling out slowly, being in multiple organisations is quite jarring as it impacts organisation-switching the most. Luckily, it's still possible to opt-in, or opt-out, on a per-organisation …
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  5. Alex Wiltshire
    “I am author of books including Minecraft Blockopedia, Making Videogames, and Home Computers, and work for Mojang, where I work on storytelling for Minecraft.” 🇬🇧

    We took young Roddy to visit his mum, Maple, and sister, Scout. Maple is mostly beyond puppyish play, and honestly, Scout is too, but that didn’t stop Roddy attempting to get her to leap around …
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    “I like books and monsters and writing books about monsters.” By Alis Franklin. 🇦🇺

    Once upon a ToS…
    Send yourself to sleep by listening to the dulcet tones of someone reading the terms of service for your favourite social media site.
    By Alis, 27 words

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  7. Alison Wilder | Blog
    “A musician, technologist and entrepreneur with a strong background in making up stories, and enjoying stories made up by others.” 🇺🇸

    Studio Revamp – Again, Some More
    After focusing on the Blix Byrd show that happened last weekend at Nova Arts, I’m now able to turn my attention to future music-making. Because that show featured tracks from the last Blix Byrd album, …
    By Alison Wilder, 1,121 words

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  8. Along the Ray
    “The latest entries posted on Along the Ray.” 🇺🇸

    9-1 Slo-mo’ing life, constant maintenance (and clumsiness)
    Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky September has finally arrived and I didn’t think I’d be here. In earlier nomad versions of myself, I’d be somewhere further north, likely Canada or further west, Montana perhaps. Yet …
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  9. Andrew Doran

    2023-09-26 21:24
    Somewhere off the coast of Cape Town.
    By Andrew Doran, 7 words

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  10. Andy Trattner

    Seth just mentioned ME?!
    I made a 30-second clip for posterity - Watch it, read the description, and please tell me what happened because I am still pinching myself!For those who did not suffer through the early years, …
    By Andy Trattner, 285 words

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  11. Anil Dash
    “A blog about making culture.” 🇺🇸

    It's unrecognizable
    I didn't think I'd keep reflecting on this day, but somehow I can't. It's been with me for most of my lifetime that I can remember, and perhaps more importantly, the world's narrative about what …
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  12. Anna Goss
    “better drowned than duffers.” 🇬🇧

    cleveland arms, 35
    went for a beer with Alice and suggested I might write a weeknote when I got home we each had two pints of Neck Oil. it was £6.30 for one pint. I’m glad I don’t …
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  13. Ant Harris

    Do Interesting
    Russell kindly put me in his new book, Do Interesting. My mention notwithstanding, its an excellent read, and well worth putting on your Christmas list.
    By adramble, 27 words

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  14. Anton's site 💙💛 | writings
    “Anton Podviaznikov's personal site.”

    Hoops T-Shirt

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  15. ArtLung: The Website of Joe Crawford

    My cousin out at Shores! Was awesome out there @jonnysnow16 !
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    By Joe Crawford, 16 words

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  16. Artur Piszek
    “I write about the global consciousness that is the Internet.” 🇵🇱

    The AIKEA Effect
    Just like the IKEA Effect, but for the AI products. Try not to overenginner when working with LLMs. The IKEA Effect The IKEA effect is a cognitive bias in which consumers place a disproportionately high …
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  17. Arun Venkatesan
    “This site is dedicated to my thoughts and observations about design.” 🇺🇸

    The Huntington Botanical Gardens
    Photographs of the Huntington Gardens shot on the Leica CL, 23mm and 56mm.
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  18. as days pass by
    “scratched tallies on the prison wall.” By Stuart Langridge. 🇬🇧

    Numeric Pangrams
    A few days ago I had an interesting maths thought which I dropped on Mastodon: Today’s interesting maths problem to think about: what is the largest total from a correct maths equation which uses any …
    By sil, 363 words

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  19. Atlas Minor • Journal
    “The work of James A. Reeves. Searching for faith in the digital age. Notes from the end of a world.” 🇺🇸

    “You want to bake bread? Go with God.”
    Last night’s film: Tony Gilroy’s Michael Clayton for the 38th time because it’s one of the best movies ever made: a microscopic collision between existential anxiety and end-game capitalism, a masterclass in dialogue, and the …
    By James A. Reeves, 167 words

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  20. The Audacity of Despair
    “Collected prose, links and occasional venting from David Simon.” 🇺🇸

    A letter for leniency
    This is the full text of a letter written on behalf of one of the defendants charged with narcotics violations in conjunction with the death of my friend and collaborator Michael K. Williams. It was …
    By David Simon, 60 words

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