@scearley Ah that's pretty cool. Have you ever used this process to create more figurative connect-the-dots-es?
I feel like I should have been informed long ago that not one but TWO of the Tetris shapes are named Ricky
shout out to @glitchbot
@scearley Works now! Nice pieces, esp the last one.
@scearley I just got this when I visited the site, along with a "not secure" Chrome warning
@wintgenstein well how else are you supposed to get permission to vacuum up the identifying personal data of your site visitors
@aparrish I was thinking about this recently, not for the first time, because I was mining Google Books searches for literary material (for erasure poetry, collage, etc) and realizing that the scope of some search term I was using necessarily extended beyond the 19c emergence of standardized English spelling. Realized first that I couldn't be sure I'd found all instances of the term, then realized that Google's OCR of all such texts is probably not trustworthy.
@minx $5? $8?
I'll trade you a zine for one.
@jk I have a professional degree and have often wished I could trade my degree and an enforceable commitment to never practice in the profession ever again for forgiveness of the associated debt.
@firstname.lastname@example.org @foureyedsoul I suspect whatever executive function governs my brain must have started its career at some place like Enron
@enkiv2 I think that's fairly accurate given that what he seemed to value the most was indifference to the consequences of living in accordance with one's own idiosyncratic will. So "that which does not kill me makes me stronger" = "that which does not kill me fails to impose any true consequence and thus should serve to increase my indifference to consequences."
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