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"woo the internet is dying, now we gotta make a new one just for techies and nerds just like it was in the 90s" is a bad take.

the internet and whatever comes after it needs to be accessible.

"normal" people aren't killing the open web, capitalism is.

Theory: Half Life 3 has been available for the better part of a decade but nobody's figured out where the ARG required to kick off the release process lives.

Registration #A65892 - 1952-01-31
Title: Pacific sea shells; a handbook of common marine molluscs of Hawaii and the South Seas.
Claimants: Spencer Wilkie Tinker
No renewal record found.

If you can imagine something, it will be. - N. K. Jemisin

the seven habits of highly inflected languages

stop calling new things “features” and start calling them “complications”

Woke up remembering that The JudyBats were a thing. What even are brains.

adulthood is being able to go to the library whenever I want

Love watching lil pudgy legged babies walk. Like their little lifetime trip counter is on 0000000074 steps and they're bad at it. Go baby.

What if I were Machiavelli in black jeans
What if I was scheming it's no myth

Oh, thin lizzy? A jailbreak? “Somewhere in this town”? Gee, have you tried at the jail?

Bake my life into pizzas
This is my crust report
And cheeses
Don't give a fuck if I burn my mouth, eating

It will never stop being funny to me to dress Pixley in elaborate evening gowns and then send her to break rocks in the quarry

I wish the billions (trillions?) that were being spent on self driving cars was being spent on public transit.

Going forward, in the interest of saving time, I will be talking in your sleep instead of my own.

*slaps roof of the library* this bad boy can fit so many cook books in it

"collapse" joins "submit" in the list of verbs I would rather my web browser not use

Shazam but for flags. Extra credit if it breaks it down to the heraldic implications.

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Wandering Shop

The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.