https://search.marginalia.nu/ I think I kind of love this search engine that optimizes for pages with lots of text? Like it feels *startlingly* like searching the web did twenty years ago.
I keep having a thought about cyberdecks and worldbuilding. Often, they are portrayed as specialized and customized hardware for an individual person to accentuate their abilities.
Which sounds great, and even stylish in that pre-2010s kinda way.
Today when I look around, though, I have the opposite thought. What if it wasn't a quest for more power or features which led to the creation of decks, but rather the attempt to scrounge together *any* tech which is *not* infested with corporate spyware?
a Danish museum lent a bunch of money to an artist working on an art installation called "Take the money and run", supposedly made to show the difference between a yearly wage in Austria compared to Denmark
when they got the frames, they were empty
the artist took the money, and ran
this, the artist has stated in interviews, is the art piece
I love it
more beat saber (elixia expert full combo, angel voices expert, failing at elixia expert+) https://diode.zone/videos/watch/18980988-d7f4-471f-aba5-d54102d25c89
wonder if i can put a short clip of this on mastodon...
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