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Moving past disruption in tech, metal Elizabethan poetry, Christian anonymity online, catching up with TikTok and not swerving to the right or left.
Relative sci-fi, living the asynchronous life, just joking on social media, exploring what confuses DALL-E and monocropping in cities.
Rest is more than just sleep, a lifetime of games stolen, late-stage capitalism and abortion, running Doom on furniture, Summit Kingdom and going missing online.
The heat is on, 1,000 true fans, Star Wars enthusiasts are actually happy, Star Trek fans get a life and useful journaling constraints.
Going self-hosted, praise for Mastodon, problems in San Francisco, going into safe mode, writing instead of talking, and Spotify takes the podcast crown.
Habit tracking freebies for your bujo, creating a personal framework, Etsy sellers telling customers not to shop on the site, why everyone should blog and getting out of goblin mode.
Comparing real-life heroes to those in fiction, local video game giant Epic Games buys Bandcamp, examining how fast trends come and go now, the real value of our plethora of notes and why Truth Social is failing.
It’s a difficult week for the world and I’m praying for the people in Ukraine, the results of writers having to be heterodox, what if the US was actually geographically divided by politics, the Faith No More RPG, going to the Monster Manual and VR as an equalizer.
Thinking about a vibe shift, subscriptions may not make revenue predictable, churches shutting down online worship services, books that are not really banned and a change in venue could reform even Twitter trolls.
Spin magazine thinks we need to talk about Spotify, schadenfreude isn’t a Christian value, cancel culture is a thing, legless avatars in VR and Brothertiger outsmarts Tears for Fears.