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@grainloom the opposite is also surprising

I read yesterday a traffic report* on 444.hu that the Budapest Marathon will lead to traffic diversions today.

I mean, what's that about? Everyone forgot that there is a pandemic going on or what the fuck?

I can imagine the organizers not caring, but presenting in the news without the health context?

* 444.hu/2020/10/09/hetvegen-les

Uspol, Blexit 

@rantingsteve@tech.lgbt it's now clear now that with Boris Johnson destroying the Rule of Law in the UK, brexit was always about fascism.

@chosafine I have to admit this caught me off-guard.

It was a Big Sur
prise

"David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet" (rottentomatoes.com/m/david_att)

is exceedingly insightful, important, witty, sorrowful and optimistic.

Please do watch it.

@randomgeek it's emacs vs vim all over again isn't it?

I mean I enjoy both but elite takes more time to get into

@indixotic I miss spending time outside, especially in the autumn

Man, the level of engagement here on the 'don is way better and "deeper" than then bird site.

There are indeed less people, but those that are around are easier to talk to and engage with.

Google, chrome, anti-trust enforcement 

politico.com/news/2020/10/10/f

Finally something is happening on the google chrome anti-trust front

Guillaume Kurkdjian has made these animations of classic electronic devices

I quite like the Vectrex showing a game of Spacewar and the sonar console

The other works of #animation are also pretty sweet

#RetroHardware #Art
guillaumekurkdjian.com/electro

Werewolves? Where? Wolves? Men that are wolves? Many wolves. Everywhere. Many men. That is enough for M'aiq.

Selfie, comic book effect 

For some reason I like the comic book filter in iMessage.

I really needed some chill time after this week.

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