April 2022 Digest

The drama this month was mostly online with the reaction to Musk deciding to buy Twitter. The flood of newbies into the Fediverse, the complaints of the people losing followers on Twitter, economic and political and social analysis. He sure does get people talking. Spent a few nights with friends, but I spent most of…

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March 2022 Digest

I did some foreign travel, ate a ton of chocolate, got fat, won an award against a background of mass job-sackings and city-sackings and financial-hackings. Me Some stuff from my microblog on the fediverse: War in the internet age is weird, it’s on zoom and social media while television channels get banned. I went to…

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February Digest 2022

It’s been a good month if you don’t count the outbreak of war, continuing pandemic, threat of nuclear disaster or any of that stuff. Me Some stuff from my microblog on the fediverse: When Facebook threatened to leave Europe, there was a chorus of “Yes please” from all over the web, I was quoted to…

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February 2022 Digest

Me Some stuff from my microblog on the fediverse: I wrote a few paragraphs on web3 and identity and Moxie’s web3 post. I found out how to turn of the annoying web-search in the windows11 task-bar My drains got blocked and I did a tarot reading about it before actually managing to fix it myself…

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January 2022 Digest

Social Some stuff from my microblog on the fediverse: * A comment on the UK re-fortifying it’s drug war. * Pointing out forcing people into rehab doesn’t work. * Sometimes a broken clock tells the wrong time for 2 minutes an hour * Building a window for my server-cupboard * Things the press do and…

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November Digest

Social * The war with the squirrels continues. More engineers called out to fix their damage. * Commented about an article suggesting Facebook are in trouble coz their audience is aging and quitting and the cool kids are joining. * And indeed I finally finished leaving Facebook myself. This won’t be posted there. * Captain…

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Abbey Road without beatles, but with inset-images of two gigs a pumpkin and half a computer.

October 2021 digest

Social The company I work for got an innovation award from the queen I talked about my Thursday-night pringles-and-primula sandwich tradition I wondered about the EU wanting up scan all your uploads B3ta’s photoshop competition “Make TV more British” was hilarious. I complained about complaints about measuring standards. Using my new speaker, I can play…

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September 2021 Digest

I was pleased there was a new campaign released for VR game Pistol Whip I also cycled to the absolute range-limit of my e-bike for a picnic I had lunch with my parents in Ruby and finally collected Xmas presentsincluding a lovely new plasma-ball added to my lighting corner My band broke up 🙁 –…

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August 2021 Digest

I added some eyes to my lights-controller and then later I made it compose Artificial Intelligence Subgenius rants I ranted about being a casualty in the war with the robots I went to see a Doctor Who Interactive Theatre show It subsequently flooded and all future performances were cancelled. Sorry. It was great though. I…

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July 2021 digest

Social My band played an online gig which went okay, though sending to Youtube failed. So you had to be there. I failed at watching BBCQT because it’s too terrible I noticed the media studiously not noticing things about Julian Assange. I published the email-list manager app for nextcloud I’ve been working on I had…

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June 2021 digest

Social I voted I edited audio together for a new cartoon The queens speech is terrifying My lava-lamp flipped me the bird, so I replied in kind I gushed about Max and Stacy I fell over playing VR I was invaded by magic drunken wasps Reading Amanda Palmer’s “Art Of Asking” is her autobiography and…

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May 2021 Digest

Social It is compulsory to lie to children, the government remind us I updated my homepage to include all my projects up front I looked for some voice actors Got curious about stock prices 20 years apart Learned how to rescue books from Amazon’s DRM Listened to a lot of audition recordings Ranted about user…

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April 2021 digest

Social Learning to drink coffee Ranting about how stupid None-Fungible-Tokens are in the crypto-space Escaping from google Worrying about cops guarding statues more than they guard people Reading Media Lens’s review of Peter Oborne’s book Updating you on coffee drinking Listening to someone chat with AI-engine GPT-3 Playing an online gig with my band Defending…

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