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  1. A Sunday of Liberty
    But we want to be the poets of our life—first of all in the smallest, most everyday matters. By Damian. More info

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    Not the Red One! Don’t Ever Push the Red One!
    Social scientists dream of situations immune to interference by unpredictable human factors. But it tuns out that in human affairs no situation is manproof. However high the degree of automation and however overpowering the nonhuman …
    By Outis Niemand, 303 words
  2. Suspended Reason
    Essays in erisology, ecology, surrogation, limerence, generalized reading, and cognitive aesthetics. More info

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    An Ecosystem of Effects
    Let us posit a simplification, which will hopefully seem less arbitrary and less reductive as we further describe it. The simplification is this: that the two poles of concern, when it comes to what we …
    By suspendedreason, 1,001 words
  3. Sven Krasser's Blog
    Musings on technology, security & sundries. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Viewing the Eclipse
    Last Sunday I flew out eastwards to meet Shannon in Nashville to view the eclipse. I just managed to get a brief glimpse of the city, visiting Broadway the night...
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  4. Symbolic Forest
    Everyday witchcraft and occasional wizardry. By Caitlin. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Typecasting
    One stereotypical nerd gadget I’ve never seen the point of, that I always assumed was the nerd equivalent of hand-woven gold hi fi cables, was the mechanical keyboard. I assumed they were, as the phrase …
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  5. Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho—Journal
    Short-to-medium length entries—relatively off the cuff. 🇺🇸 More info

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    [journal] Denver Colfax Half Marathon 2024 Race Report
    In which I surprised myself by setting a massive personal record! 1:23:13! Assumed audience: People who are interested in running enough to read a detailed race report. Race Information Name: Denver Colfax Half Marathon Date: …
    By Chris Krycho, 3,459 words
  6. Synesthesia
    Proactive application of technology to business. By Julian Elve. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Goodbye Z80
    Zilog have announced the impending end of supply for Z80 8-bit microprocessor chips, 48 years after they were first introduced. As a teenager in the late 70’s who started an electronic engineering degree in 1979, …
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  7. Talkapedia
    Rants About New (and old) Things. By Tara Kennedy. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Seemingly Simple Crafts
    It has been fun watching people make friendship bracelets, a thing I did kind of constantly as a tween, learning to make 4 and 6 and 8 strand ones. I never knew the names of …
    By RandomRanter, 243 words
  8. Technovia
    Ian Betteridge writes about technology, media and whatever else he wants to. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Hate to say I told you so
    I don’t think I was the first person by a long way to draw the conclusion that AI posed an existential threat to the publishing industry. While far too many publishers took one look at …
    By Ian Betteridge, 645 words
  9. thejaymo
    Scrapbook //www.thejaymo.net // @thejaymo. By Jay Springett. 🇬🇧 More info

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    it’s actually funny how much DE explicitly states in the opening scenes ‘hi you are playing a cop. A…
    sivavakkiyar:sivavakkiyar:it’s actually funny how much DE explicitly states in the opening scenes ‘hi you are playing a cop. A cop has a certain social and political role. It affects how people engage you.’ and how …
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  10. thejaymo - Blog
    The blog of Jay Springett. 🇬🇧 More info

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    🟧 Default Apps 2024
    At the end of last year all the cool kids – inspired by episode 97 of the Hemispheric Views podcast – posted a list of the default computer apps they were using. Robb Knight is …
    By Jay Springett, 528 words
  11. thoughts dot hnr dot fyi
    By Honor Ash. 🇬🇧 More info

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    not cis, not trans, but a secret third thing
    i’ve been thinking a lot lately about how i relate to gender. i think generally, i don’t really relate to gender – for a long time this has been the reasoning behind using exclusively they/them …
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  12. Tim Apple
    Stories, poems, essays, and ramblings. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Still trying to fetch this feed, but last time we got ‘Can't connect to domain’.

    2024-03-16 16:13
    So in the army I had a nickname “Chow Wi Wang” and I just found out there is the .wang top level domain, so I had to buy chowwi.wang Now what to do with it.
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  13. Tim Holt-Wilson | Writing
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    Conserving Norfolk’s Earth Heritage
    Text of a Presidential Address (2023) delivered to the Norfolk & Norwich Naturalists’ Society at Norwich, 26-3-2024 Thank you – firstly – for doing me the honour of asking me to be your President for …
    By Tim Holt-Wilson, 4,161 words
  14. Tom 7 Radar
    Tom 7's news and weblog page. By Tom Murphy. 🇺🇸 More info

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    "April" 2024
    Oops! Usually when I fail to post on time and then illegally backdate the post, yielding a penalty of -1,000 points, it's shortly after midnight. Like, as I'm trying to fall asleep (which of course …
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  15. Tom Hume
    We’re here to go. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Energy Efficiency drives Predictive Coding in Neural Networks
    I don’t remember how I came across it, but this is one of the most exciting papers I’ve read recently. The authors train a neural network that tries to identify the next in a sequence …
    By Tom Hume, 319 words
  16. Tom Stuart
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    Weeknotes 228: Tenuous grip
    Windows open every day. The war on tiny flies recommences right on schedule. Last year I spent a dangerous proportion of my waking life thinking about insects. This year, in an attempt to maintain a …
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  17. tourist wannabe - Rado's blog
    By Radoslav Sharapanov. More info

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    Kōji Yakusho before Perfect Days
    After the success of Wim Wenders‘ Tokyo streets-and-toilets meditation Perfect Days (2023), I recount all the times I’ve watched its excellent leading man perform. A humble person and dedicated actor, “The Japanese Everyman” embodied a …
    By rado, 648 words
  18. Tracy Durnell
    Writer and designer in the Seattle area. Freelance sustainability consultant. 🇺🇸 More info

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    My current work-life “rules”
    A lot of entrepreneurs go in for hustle culture, seemingly working 60-80-hour weeks, but I’ve been trying to create a sustainable practice. To help myself take time to rest and give myself a break from …
    By Tracy Durnell, 358 words
  19. The travels of Mary Loosemore – Blog
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    Herefordshire Week 226: Tuesday 23 – Monday 29 April 2024
    Skomer stay! Puffins! And Everest Trek Get Together No. 20! (You’ll have to wait for Puffin Pics – need to get them off my camera) Updated: now with added puffins Serious puffins, Skomer A drizzly …
    By Mary, 1,047 words
  20. TRISTAN LOUTH-ROBINS
    I'm a sound flâneur, composer, acoustic ecologist, seeker of resonance. Creator of Fleurieu & KI Sound Map. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Sonic Recall #2: All Is Vibration
    By tristanlouthrobins, 6 words