I made one! http://tilde.club/~schussat/eight.html
I really like those articles on sustainable Christmas trees and
On 20 Dec 2019, at 23:51, Paul Kruczynski wrote:
> Did anyone else do the challenge? Here's mine:
> #5 may be pushing the limits, but it's a concert. Not so much a
> The site is still very unstyled. It's fourth or seventh in line of
> site priorities right now. Perhaps next year.
> Paul Kruczynski / http://kruczyn.ski/
> Bradley Gannon wrote on 12/18/19 7:34 AM:
>> Dear ~club:
>> I don't have any sense of how much you all participated in last
>> week's workshop, since I couldn't think of a neat little command to
>> run to scan /home/ for wikis. As far as I can tell, there wasn't much
>> interest, so perhaps I'll try to a different sort of prompt this
>> Do you remember MySpace? Me neither. I happen to be young enough to
>> have more or less missed the rise of MySpace and instead been tempted
>> by somewhat early Facebook circa 2007. (That's another story.)
>> Based on echos in preserved popular culture from the period and other
>> forms of archaeology, I have concluded that there was once a way for
>> MySpace users to define an in-group on their page known as the Top 8.
>> Apparently, the decisions surrounding who was in a person's Top 8 and
>> who wasn't were serious ones with long-lasting social consequences,
>> at least for some. Of course, this is a ridiculous idea to us evolved
>> humans of the almost 2020s. We would never be dragged down into
>> arguments with strangers on the Internet over essentially meaningless
>> tribal drivel, right? ...right?
>> ~club, your task this week is to recreate MySpace's Top 8 somewhere
>> your own set of pages. Just one catch: no people. To try to avoid
>> recreating the apparent angst that comes with publicly defining
>> in-groups and out-groups, let's pick instead from the vast selection
>> of topics, languages (natural and artificial), technologies, forms
>> and genres of music, and other inanimate stuff of interest. This way,
>> we might avoid the toxicity and end up sharing our interests with
>> each other instead.
>> Have fun, ~club, and I'm sorry this one was a little late.