(arguably i should try to adapt a preexisting thing like orca but making my own thing is half the fun)
i made a bytebeat noise song about migraines.
it draws heavily on other examples. the mp3 compression makes it sound pretty weird/squelchy so i also included the original wav for maximum buzz.
scene where the protagonists have to hack the mainframe but instead of computer jargon it's all twitter stuff. an aide runs up to the general in the dark computer room all "sir! we're being ratioed!" "normal one levels?" the aide takes off his headset and replies in hushed tones: "general... we're in the cool zone"
in some ways i'm really fortunate that all digital traces of me before about 2005 or so are completely wiped from the internet. but in other ways it's kind of sad.
in particular, there was a really cool experimental remix contest i entered in 2001 or so. most of the entries were really cool and i wish i could find any of them now. it's possible i'll dig up an old cd-r or backup i made but feels unlikely, and there's zero trace of it on the internet at this point.
Illustration from 'Zen and the Art of the Macintosh - Discoveries on the Path to Computer Enlightenment', Michael Green, 1988
(or hypercard for that matter. it's dumb because i _do_ have a working ethernet card for the se/30 so in theory i could try to get it on the internet)
(it works but the system language is dutch and the superdrive (floppy) appears broken so i can't use my system install disks to install an english version)
Seriously, the fact that one of the first actions of Viktor Orban on attaining absolute power has been to strip trans people of rights should oblige trans-hostile people who think they're on the Left to ask themselves whether they are, objectively considered,
䷀ the creative, heaven
(d6 on the bird site too)
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