The intelligibility of this is really interesting, because it suggests that the technological capacity to easily share complex still and moving images is incorporating them into quasi-written language as if they were universally intelligible ideograms.
I’ve commented before that Star Trek’s most prescient prediction was communication via memes in ‘Darmok’. So it was only a matter of time before someone started making these:
Guy’s security camera catches kid tearing it up on his driveway almost every day, so he decides to do something about it.
McMurdo station, Observation Hill via https://www.usap.gov/videoclipsandmaps/mcmwebcam.cfm?t=1
"Due to complaints about download speed on SourceForge, from this release onward we will also upload our binaries and source tarball on GitHub."
Maybe upload them somewhere that has #IPv6 ?
Some 40 minutes of footage of the most powerful nuclear test ever, detonation of the A602 Tsar Bomba, declassified and released by Rosatom:
(h/t to @firstname.lastname@example.org )
The best thing about using three strands of floss on 14 count cloth is that when the stitches start to fill in and press against each other, they become like fat little squares and that's great for this pattern because along with these colours it's getting an old mosaic look. #CrossStitch
Am Wochenende findet die FrosCon online statt
I love open source. Information Security is important to me. I work on Icecast in my free time.
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