Released the Digital Folklore Reader, originally published as a book in 2009, on dat:// — see dat://digitalfolklore.org/ or digitalfolklore.org/

I just realised Google News has an automatic Satire detection, which of course was a bad idea.

Here's for example some real news from France 24 (French public tv channel - kinda equivalent to BBC World News) flagged as "Satire".

The final ROM of What Remains is out! 🎉🎊

What Remains is an 8-bit interactive fiction and adventure video game for the #NES about environmental issues, the manipulation of public opinion, and whistleblowing.

iodinedynamics.com/whatremains

Twitter (hier auch bekannt als "Birdsite") sperrt wegen eines drei Jahre alten Witzes auf Kosten von AfD-Wählern eines Rechtsanwalts dessen Zugang zur Plattform, wegen "Wahlmanipulation".

Kann man sich leicht ausdenken, wer dahintersteckt.

internet-law.de/2019/05/twitte

If you're in #London tonight, Chun and I are doing a small #chiptune version of Terry Riley's in C for four Game Boys at Chalton Gallery!

eventbrite.com/e/claude-heilan

+ live coding performances from mathr, Deerful, w1n5nt0n, √p38, and hmurd.

When "regular users" voice their opinions on the design of free software, in this case, Linux Mint: blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3736

I'm especially interested in the comment section.

Always happy to be part of removing for-pay web fonts from sites 😊

Everybody knows about the "browser war" but what about "calendar war"?

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