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I opened this link earlier today and finally got around to reading it. I love pieces like this because they fill my heart with a desire for action in my own life. The amount of things I read that weigh me down and make me anxious are overwhelming. I want to do more things, tangible things, to help the world and this sort of article helps me.

Now, to figure out what to do.

Here's a blog about the new apartment stuff. If you want to follow our "moving to Iceland" adventures, that's a good place to subscribe to (RSS is still a thing, damnit)

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I have just discovered an interesting thing at

ssh -D 9999 -C -p 2222

Works! :-)

I asked the goog for the nearest mcdonalds to me.

US Politics/Trump has a new theme on the docs section -

Do you like experimenting with topics like , , and ? Are you looking for a quiet little corner of the internet to play and make a tiny outpost? Come join us. The instructions are in the docs here:

When dynamic ads that's drop in your location backfire...

There are no mosquitos in Iceland

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I needed to log into DoubleClick Studio to set up an advertiser association (for work). It is apparently impossible to do so from Firefox now. The login just infinite looped. I also couldn't login in Chrome! I had to login TO CHROME ITSELF using that particular Google account and then connect to the studio. What a piece of shit Google software is.

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This week's #free as in #gratis #games on the #EpicGamesStore are:

• This War of Mine:
A resource management game with an emotional story set in a fictional war environment.

• Moonlighter:
"an Action RPG with rogue-lite elements following the everyday routines of Will, an adventurous shopkeeper that dreams of becoming a hero.”

Both games are for #Windows. (#macOS coming soon)

#gaming #EpicGames #actionRPG #PCGaming
#ThisWarOfMine #Moonlighter

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Shuetsu Sato 佐藤修悦
Tokyo subway’s humble duct-tape typographer

Do you see his work Aoi? I imagine you must.


froggyme is rapping freestyle on the history of the C language and I can't even.

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If anyone missed my stream of video game music inspired by Rutger Hauer ("Tears in the Rain") and wants to check it out, DM me for a link.

Thanks to everyone who tuned in for my little mix tonight. I hope you enjoyed it!

If you like this track, it's from the 1994 video game Burn:Cycle. You can see the entire playthrough as a movie here:

Sadly, that's recorded off the DOS version and doesn't have the quality originally found on the CD-i. If anyone finds a working CD-i emulator, let me know.

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Susumu Hirasawa wrote this first track on his album Aurora. It was featured on the video game Ruiner.

All of tonight's music is from video games, and all inspired by cyberpunk aesthetics.

My stream is starting in < 5min on tilderadio. You can tune in on the web at or direct with the stream at

Don't forget to come chat in IRC

Tears in the Rain will begin in about 20-30 min (whenever @cat wakes up). Internet here is so unreliable I'm going to stream it off Good news is the stream will be reliable. Bad news is I won't be able to talk over it. Instead, chat will be in . See you there!

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