When nothing yet had any shape, you filled the world with light.
Your resurrection's glory shone upon our hearts' dark night.
As in that light you formed all things, and then pronounced their worth,
your glorious vision forms anew the heavens and the earth.

My cable modem has stopped handing out DHCP leases from a publicly routable /20.

Either my ISP fixed their settings, or somebody malicious realized turning off NAT was a giveaway.

@hardmous just finished this show: archives.anonradio.net/2019032

@froggyme says "this is music for driving a car with all red gauges and no stupid touchscreen at night on the freeway expressway at 200 kph". Well put.

Today I dug into the archives and came up with this from DJ Harvey aka @elita :

archives.anonradio.net/2017082

The selection seemed a little more energetic than usual. And Mila sang for us.

The latest Wasabi Mix from @snowdusk_ went over quite well with the crowd: archives.anonradio.net/2019020

Listen to this one under a gentle summer rain. (But listen from under a roof too. It's not entirely gentle.)

I was listening to Tuesday's Wasabi Mix from the archives:

archives.anonradio.net/2019012

At about 7:00, @snowdusk_ reads through the names in com and gives me a shoutout, which is slightly odd, as I'm fairly certain I was not there.

Great media facilitate attacking ideas. Average media facilitate attacking actions. Social media facilitate attacking people.

This situation at work reminds me of an auction scene from an old Western film when I was younger.

"What're ya gonna do now that yer outta cash, Shady Vendor? Ya can't sell yer IP 'cause they ain't worth nothin'. Ya can't sell yer lawyers 'cause yer gonna need 'em. Yeah, yer gonna need 'em bad."

The Dubious Goals Committee returns to Heron Haven, for perhaps the last time this year:

anonradio.net/archive/20181129

A cheer for the Mystery DJ who filled in for @snowdusk_ on today's Intergalactic Wasabi Mix.

anonradio.net/archive/20181118

The Great War is a century past.

Nationalism, militarism, and autocrats are still with us.

So envy them none of their powers
Ask not the use of their tools
For the great of this world are cowards
And all who hope in them are fools

An interesting interview with RMS: newleftreview.org/II/113/richa

I think this is the first time I've heard him tell the story about the Lisp machine wars, without mentioning the printer story.

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