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I'm Craig Maloney. Most of my particulars are at and I blog there as well.

I host a Creative Commons Metal Music Podcast at

I'm a programmer, retro computer aficionado, coffee junkie, Linux fan, FLOSS-preferrer, lover of music, designer of games, reader of role playing games, world-builder, juggler, and more.

I frequently do presentations for the Michigan!/usr/group, where I'm a board member. (


Also wonder if MST3K would ever do a viewing of Koyanniquatsi.

"How do you pronounce it again?"

I wonder if anyone who has watched Koyanniquatsi ever asked how it was pronounced when the movie ended?

Interesting times call for interesting measures. And time signatures. And a beat.

May you have as much faith in your work as the world seems to have for cryptocurrency.

Hello, my fellow pieces of paper on a disinterested bureaucrat's desk. How's the day?

"Why do you want to work here"?

"Well, I really like food, clothes, and that Nintendo Switch seems rather interesting. Also mooching off of my parents is getting old rather quickly".

I believe in honesty.

What if I told you... Show more

What if I told you... Show more

I wonder if the Star Trek replicators will be set up so that if you leave a cup of coffee in the replicator it'll eventually be reabsorbed back into the replicator so you don't get a lukewarm cup of coffee.

Or will they be so immediate that you won't have to worry about this.

If my Keurig habits are any indication we'll need this reabsorbtion technology.

Remember the old "Eight Megs And Constantly Swapping"?

"Eight Cores Literally Incapacitated Prior to Starting Editor".

Today I "celebrate" the anniversary of being laid off.

That it's also "Talk Like a Pirate Day" is just icing on the cake.

Happy Anniversary. 🙁

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Thank the maker I only borrowed this album from the library.

TFW you realize that project from that jazz band leader that you thought was primarily instrumental has vocals on it.

Bad 1970s vocals.