Long awaited documentary "Hackitat" premieres June 28th 2020

«From freely or simply phrasing out the cognitive strings, people have to sit down and repackage their suitcases to get the contents in a bum bag and have to throw away most of their planned output - some are good on making it work almost automagically and don't feel so bad about it while others have to sit and paste and cut their messages as some sort of ransom note.

A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.»

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«Character length restrictions are the most uncomfortable tight underwear anyone can wear. Clearly people are yelling at each other under those terms. It is a slightly more "macro" version of the mental suffering and insomnia that is created first when people are not allowed to use certain words but then is suddenly forced to use different words or behaviors to live in peace.»

RT @hakan_geijer: Hey folx. I'm writing a free book called Riot Medicine to help teach people first aid for protests, riots, and insurrections. Ⓐ 🏴 ⚕️

Some volunteers have already completed illustrations, but there's still many more that are needed before this can be distributed. If you're able to help out (even with just a single illustration!) get in touch.

You can find out more at riotmedicine.net

Examples of content (including illustrations) are provided below.

UX/UI is clearly overrated bullshit: look at that Amazon crap?! Most successful corporate overlord out there despite having an interface score of about -7642756272k points in UX/UI

Happy birthday Alsenet.com! 30 years amazedom! Thank you for everything!!

People cry babying over lost channels on proprietary platforms they've spent years to promote... Like STFU, why didn't you get your own URL? You didn't lost 4000k followers, they were tuned to the platform's brand, not yours. Idiot.

Something something keeping secrets on the highway of information.

"oh shit, an artist is trying to express what they are not?!?!? Call the "
- onanimous

Brian Cox:

"What more do you want?

The ingredients in our body were assembled in the hearts of long dead stars over billions of years... and have assembled themselves spontaneously into temporary structures that can think and feel and explore. And those structures will decay away at some point. And in a very far future there will be no structures left. So there we are, we exist in this very little window were we can observe this magnificent universe.

Why do you want any more?"


Sharing deep thaughts publicly feels very 2001 now that robots are so good at reading. Misspelled superficial reflections are moar con-temporary and fin.

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