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Both capitalists and anti-capitalists will be able to spin this however they want, but the point is that it's stupid and if you don't have a way to step out of the system and say so, then you get this kind of crap.

afar.com/magazine/why-european

Ripping the last CDs that require me entering all the metadata. I have picked up a bit of independent stuff over the years.

The last one is called "World Class Rock". It is not, but I'm going to put it in my collection anyway.

The best part about this David Hasselhoff album is that MusicBrainz doesn't know about it, so I'm actually going to spend time entering metadata to add it to my collection.

Signal boosted. Picking up that sweet 5G with my freshly injected Gates cells.

Prisoners of the Ghostland has style, but not much else

Okay, fine.. I have a copy of Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness.

Pearl Jam's Ten.

Now there's an album I have not listened to in a long, long time.

And it's kind of annoying that NIN basically only sells vinyl.

Not sure how, but I seem to have lost my copy of NIN's The Downward Spiral.

Boo.

Every now and then I start humming "Elastic Velcro Straps" (one of the tracks) to myself.

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Ripping my CDs and this is one of my underground favourites. It's an album by someone I hung out with a bit when I was taking the music production course at the local community college. It's 61 tracks of weirdness and I cannot find it anywhere online.

I contacted one of the artists recently and maybe I can convince him to put it on Bandcamp or something. It's just goofy fun.

Mr. Detto's Legendary Static Filled Apartment, by The Messiest Toast Eaters.

Okay, when I get my boom arm for my mic, I'll post a battlestation pic.

This touches on perhaps the core of the so-called Metaverse proposal: that even boring things like meetings are exciting by virtue of being there.

gawker.com/tech/i-do-not-want-

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A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.