My favorite page from the latest "Algorithms of Late Capitalism" zine on "Bots, ghosts and other workers" is this one. I genuinely want to play that game with my friends.

The full zine is available here: algorithmsoflatecapitalism.tum

Listening to Jeff Rosenstock covering my second favorite Scottish band is a nice way of remembering seeing them play in Glasgow last month

At least the sun is shining. Theres a lot if birds and insects around.

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I'd love to say I like maintenance work, but fixing flat tires is among the most annoying things I have to do regularly.

:weary_computer_user: I really have to stop myself from not boosting everything by the 'Deepspace 90210' bot @trekkies posts

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I hate how I have to follow seventyone increasingly fishy links through weird forums, random telegram groups and strange cloud hosters to get a custom ROM for a non-flagship smartphone.

I'd really like to love such weird experiences on the internet, and I am very thankful for those weirdos working on such software.

But since a smartphone is a device handling very sensitive data, I'd really like to have less dubious software running on it.

Warum die Rede von „Clans“ in Neukölln eine Chiffre für rassistische Politik ist:

> Verbundeinsätze und Clan-Statistik müssen folgerichtig als das bezeichnet werden, was sie sind: Racial Profiling mit System.

Someone just sent me the link to the new All Away Lou album and it's the perfect sound for this surprisingly sunny saturday:

Somebody copied the "lost" 1994 Godspeed You! Black Emperor album 'All Lights Fucked on the Hairy Amp Drooling' from an old cassette tape and finally shared it with us. or

Does anyone have a good place to get some PDF collections of ?

I just learned of them recently and really want to solve some on my tablet - If they are cool :blobcatcooljazz: or cute :blobcatmelt: I wouldn't mind spending a few coins either.


It's a great cooperative boardgame with some nice mechanics and strategies and a cool near-future setting. The cool people of the TESA collective made it:

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Today we played »STRIKE! a game of worker rebellion« for the first time and won by organizing the people of Mercury City against the monopoly of HappyCorp! ✊

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