just surfin' the hnett
"Net is an old word in the language. The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) finds hnett, among other forms, in Old English gospels. Consonants clusters beginning with h were very common in Old English. Ring began as hring, loaf started out hlaf, and nut was originally hnut before we lost those initial aspirations."
Terminal Madness - 1980 Wisconsin local news computer special https://mountaintown.video/videos/watch/79017db5-6802-49ad-b87f-8a22c0f46346
If I were in control of Pleroma, I would prioritize this:
A web worker that queries posts from the fediverse with the same hashtag as local posts
Pleroma has a discovery issue. It should not be so impossible for me to find posts that contain #minipainting or #OtherNicheHashtag, regardless of what server they’re on. Hashtags are absolutely useless as is for smaller servers
Woke up thinking about this collage zine I made a couple years ago and handed out at SPX. You can download it for free here:
"What memes are able to do is something that religion has exploited for thousands of years: Mold people into carriers of language viruses using symbolism and hyperstition."
via https://nihil.nyxus.xyz/posts/cyber-nihilism-redux-pt-0 by @nyx
Virus Variant in Brazil Infected Many Who Had Already Recovered From #COVID19
the personal instance of Liaizon Wakest