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Dumb idea: z80 based retrocomputer with integrated keyboard that also can operate as an external usb keyboard. (Or: a microcontroller-based keyboard that can also function as a simple 8-bit computer?)

ST:TOS "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" (dir.: Jud Taylor, 1969)

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Going to have to try this one again with oil based ink, but like it so far

Me, in tears, to my 2yo: you can't just draw two circles on anything and call it a car
Toddler, drawing two circles on a picture of a giraffe: car

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Reminder: Springer has released a lot of digital textbooks for free in the last few months, and their special offer is ending on July 31st. There is no need to sign up to download the PDF and ePub files.

This lovely page has the full list of available titles:

a number of you have a device in your home that can, on request, literally incinerate anything inside it to ash over the course of two or three hours

how many corpses have been disposed of in this fashion

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[terrible 80s backing track]
i'm m c domesticity and i'm here to say--
[record scratch noise, track drops out, stares directly into camera]

embarrassing admission #1: I made a Brion Gysin-style "dreamachine" out of black cardboard in the late 90's

embarrassing admission #2: I turned the cut-outs into a tarot deck

thank you for coming to my ed talk
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In the basement amusing my kid with a tape I found in a box from the early 90s; a chunk of one side is a live set taped off WFMU and I can't track down the songs or band at all. There's a cover of Hinterland's "Stanley's Minutes" sandwiched in there, and later on the tape there's a Truck Stop Tea Party interview about Idiotland, a comic that was published in 1993, if that helps date anything.


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I do not have a brake pressure gauge. I feel dumb now.

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I was just experimenting with technique and texture on this one. I remember trying to use every square inch of these blocks because they were kind of pricey for me at the time.

I used to enjoy making bookplates. I can't figure out if I stopped because I got less possessive or because I just stopped lending out books.

Tarot card images circa 1995 or so. I distinctly remember having done prints of these with letterpress titles, so they must date from when I had access to a print shop (1996 at the latest).

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