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Finished muh entry! Hopefully I didn't break anything last minute...

It's basically a very casual adventure game about old tech and societal collapse after some sort of nuclear event. Check it out:

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I have another mastodon profile! If you're interested in cooperatives, non-hierarchical organisational structures, alternatives to capitalism, or anything like that, follow me over on

I probably won't post there as much as here, I'm not exactly a wordsmith.

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Hello all, I am an and artist mostly, but I also do some traditional and other types of digital art.

I'm particularly interested in genres, and themes around AI, identity, selfhood, authority, the illusions of consumerism, religion and capitalism, and workers rights and democracy.

But mostly I ignore all that and just do whatever tells me :P

Made a few tweaks


Probably should also have mentioned in the last toot that this is based on concepts from my game "Just a Robot", which I have started working on again this month after a long hiatus.

While you're boycotting Amazon today, consider quenching your spend-lust with a print of my fine pixeled arts instead (links to my shops in my profile)

While you're boycotting Amazon today, consider quenching your spend-lust with a print of my fine pixeled arts instead (links to my shops in my profile)

The "shitty technology adoption curve" describes the arc of oppressive technology: when you have a manifestly terrible idea, you can't ram it down the throats of rich, powerful people who get to say no. You have to find people whose complaints no one will listen to.


Yesterday, Canadian Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains introduced the Digital Charter Implementation Act, which proposes a national privacy standard for Canada akin to Europe's GDPR.

The law is complex and will undergo many changes, but its two most salient features are:

I. The right to refuse to have your data collected and used; and

II. The right to have your data deleted if you change your mind.

With still penalties for companies that don't comply.


If somebody could just hire me to write little command line scripts in Python for the rest of my life, that would be great thanks

Worked on my automation scripts a bit over the weekend, including this new one for creating directory structures for projects

Me at work: I have never seen this box before, what’s in it?

*opens box*

Ah, a single large chip labeled “lucifer”. It’s 2020, what could possibly go wrong.

Covid denial rampant on birdsite. There's a denialist/conspiracist response on basically everything related to Covid, and in some cases it's 100% of the responses.

I have been all month working on transferring a messy SVN repo to a bunch of separate GIT repos, and I finally think I can see the light at the end of the tunnel

In 1998, Bill Clinton signed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act into law. At the time, most of the attention was on Section 512 - AKA "notice and takedown," which absolves platforms from liability for users' infringement provided they respond quickly to removal demands.

Over the years, this has been horrifically abused, with everyone from post-Soviet dictators to sexual predators to cults and literal Nazis using spurious copyright claims to censor their critics, often without consequence.


Missed another day of (I think that's the third day I've done nothing). I'll make up for it tomorrow I hope!

I need more colours so I'm thinking I might switch to a preset palette for now so I can get on with other things. This one's Sheltzy32. It's still got pure black so I can stick to roughly the same look.

Should probably do some Halloween pixels this year 🤔 Maybe I'll just pixel the body horror sketches I did last year 😄

Dialogue might look something like this anyway, regardless of what the robot designs end up like, so I can stick with the black "hatched" look (don't mind the blurry text)

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