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For the life of me I cant figure out how to get my Nov post to show up correctly on this page, but its looking fine on . Click here to jump to the post. And for those of you who arent gonna bother, the song-of-the-month returns with this bedroom banger from deadernet.neocities.org:


Its finally here!! After many battles lost with youtube's ContentID flagging system, I finally won the war with "DALLAS-FINALv1.5.mp4". Definitely not worth the headache for this silly video, but I hope you enjoy it.

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LINK.DUMP #016 - its been a hot minute since i did one of these, no theme here, just a catchall of some neat stuff ive come across in the past couple months and bothered to bookmark.

How to play: Open the image in a new tab. Ask a question, close your eyes, wiggle your mouse and see where the cyber spirits guide you



October kicked off with LSR 2023 aka The 8th International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots, an academic conference of which I am on the planning committee. Id like to say it went off without a hitch, but I have complaints. For whatever reason, Ive decided to offload them from my monthly update- so if youre interested in how a sex robot conference goes wrong, CLICK HERE.


In other academic pursuits, we got a lot of responses to the Call for Submissions put out for the special arts and poetry edition of the World Futures Review I was asked to co-edit with one of my favorite persons, Dr Marcus Bussey. Dunno if I've blabbed about it here before but its meant to showcase art and poetry made by futurists, but has morphed into a collection of writing that:

½ applies art to futurist practice (creating art to explore possible futures);
½ applying futures practice to art (eg., analyzing film tropes about the future);
½ correlates process to art (hippie dippy stuff), or
½ is art itself by way of creative writing, poetry and images.

and while one or two papers did address generative AI, surprisingly none of the submissions utilized it.

Crafts & Media

I spent a large amount of my freetime making products and graphics for the etsy store Ive dragged my heels on opening. I also created a new page on this site where you can download some of the files Ive used for past cricut projects- its hidden under the gluebottle icon in the menu, or you can go to cricut.html.

Fall Reading List

During October I happened upon a book called Scattered All Over the Earth by Yoko Tawada, a fun, weird novel about linguistics, which I wouldnt necessarily recommend, but I didnt have a bad time reading it. The book has reinvigorated my exploration into Japanese writers, and Ive noticed that when it comes to novels im most drawn to books from female writers, part of me thinks its because they tend to get better cover design. The kind of novels I like to read are ones that aren't too serious and take place in, or close to, present-day (even better if they talk about social media/email), with some allowances for breaks from reality. The kind of thing the Japanese can do best (see everything by Haruki Murakami).

That all being said, with apologies to Clark, i did have to DNF No One Is Talking About This by Patricia Lockwood- surprising since it ticked all the boxes i just mentioned, and came recommended by a friend that knows my taste pretty well. I just couldnt get over the style. First off, the pacing- everything is broken into chunks a few paragraphs long at best, so I was never able to find myself swimming through it. More importantly, the writing was just soo flowery, as to be maddening. i constantly felt like i was witnessing the author trying to suck her own authorial dick. Allegedly, the second part is supposed to be better, and ive kept the book laying around to guilt me into finishing it, but picking up the other book I mentioned, and consuming it so quickly, came as a relief after what was meant to be a short break.

As of now Im reading Shit Cassandra Saw, a book of short stories I take in during my smoke breaks, and I have two novellas next in queue, parade by Hiromi Kawakami (which is tiny and illustrated; i have no idea what it's about), and The Factory by Hiroko Oyomada.

Bad Press

A funny thing that happened that I suppose is worth documenting, some folks I know ended up in "the news". First I found out that an acquaintance of mine had been arrested in the Jan 6 Seige specifically for smoking weed in a senators office and trying to abscond with a bottle of booze, which he tried to pass off as "just throwing some papers".

He represents himself as a photojournalist, documenting political events like border camps and migrant caravans. I had long believed that when he showed up to events like anti-vax and pro-trump rallies he was simply there to provide a neutral depiction of what was happening. That benefit of doubt i had extended finally snapped in half when i read a few articles covering his trial, citing his disdain for Biden (which is fine) and his belief that the election was stolen (not very fine).
[Article 1*] [Article 2]

Next up, my boss went on an emotional rollercoaster I bore witness to via discord DMs after discovering the generative art detection tool was getting mentioned in the press.

First was The New York Times, which listed his AI Art Detector as a tool among others doing the same job, and mentioned his lack of response to a request for comment. Apparently the article had been written some time ago, and he missed their request altogether, spurring him to create a new company and a website to go along with it.

Then came 404Media, and while less well-known, is more of an authority on tech news, particularly as it relates to AI, and a source he happens to admire. Let's just say they did not look favorably upon his creation. Let's just say they said it was a tool to spread anti-Palestine propaganda. le yikes.

He requested to speak with the journalist (about thresholds, transparency, and the degree to which the results ought to be trusted), who to their credit did ammend the article, but would go on to have the same take (or so i am told) during a 404media podcast. Left dejected, the company and website was scrapped. This was all in the span of less than a week.
[NYTimes*] [404Media] [podcast]


Picking passionfruit in israels backyard while avoiding the giant, angry, hissing tortoise that roams the orchard.
Downloading an untold number of fonts from fontesk whenever I want to procrastinate, then installing and organizing them into collections whenever i want to procrastinate again.

* I've been told some of these articles are behind a paywall, here is a Guide to Getting Around Article Paywalls I whipped up as a special treat.

Lastly, I'd like to include my craft project from September, since I royally fucked off on that month's update (mostly because I was preparing for LSR). It's a birthday gift for my baby bro, a decoration-type-thing -wall hanging?- featuring photographs from our favorite photographer transferred onto wooden tiles.

Fonts used in Ouija Board 🧩 Heading: Goth and Gothic Salutations: TT Travels Next Alphabet: Mantranaga 36DOT

While watching a rant on the unending barrage of property revivals churned out by Disney and Netflix each month, i decided to leave a cheeky comment about how the only reboot i want to see is a reboot of the bizarre CGI animated show Reboot.

I took to google images to find a picture from the show to overlay with #RebootReboot and came across an image captioned “Bring Back Reboot”

The source was a change.org petition written by a fan who was particularly upset the decades old show’s last season ended on a cliffhanger. The obvious crime here is they didn’t use the phrase Reboot Reboot anywhere in their plea, but the more I read, I was completely taken aback by how entitled the whole thing was, insisting that it would be very simple and easy to bring the show back, while demanding all the original voice actors return to round out the “Reboot Revival”, as they call it. All this with the belief that a petition of 500 signatures (the campaign goal) was going to be enough to set the wheels in motion.

At the time of this writing (and 2018) the petition has only amassed 333 signatures.

Confession #1: I actually created a change.org account, not to sign the petition, but to see if the person that made this petition had made others. Oddly, clicking on their username only lead to their location, rather than any other petitions they've participated in.

Note: After rereading, Im realizing this campaign was in direct response to a second version of the series that was airing at the time. So not only did this fool want his ideal version of the show to be made, he wanted the one that was currently in production to either be shelved or turn in a completely new direction while replacing the majority of staff.

Confession #2: I dont think i’ve ever actually watched an episode of Reboot.

Addendum: I also noticed a youtube thumbnail in the image results for a video about the tragic history of chaotic downfall or whatever of Reboot and when i went to go look for it I tomahawk rabbit-holed my way into discovering Jessica Alba’s shower scene from Machete was the first use of CGI nudity. So there’s that too.


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made a new youtube channel! Here's the alternative thumbnail I ended up ditching for my first video essay, the likes of which i'll never make again.

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Years ago I remember seeing the website actor Kyle Maclachlan (Dune, Twin Peaks, Desperate HouseWives) had made for his pet pups, Mookie and Sam, written from their POV. Actually, homepage is much more apt a word; I like to imagine if it were made today, mookieandsam would be hosted right here on neocities rather than a wordpress template. Sadly its no longer up, but unsadly it was captured on the wayback machine (check out their Friends Gallery).

Thats not the extent of Mookie and Sam's online escapades as I would come to learn during my search for the lost site. Turns out they have a youtube channel where they go on audio-dubbed adventures together. So fuck yeah for that. I discovered the youtube page from this VICE article, Kyle MacLachlan's Web Series About His Dogs Is Weirder Than 'Twin Peaks'.

Then I came upon this absolutely batshit interview Elle Magazine did with Kyle MacLachlan, with the most concerning line of questioning I've come across in recent memory:

the title of the interview is 'Mac Daddy'

Elle magazine. For those of you who dont know (aka the boys, tomboys and non-femme), Elle magazine is like a more corporate Cosmo -minus the oral fixation and "sex tips"- making this line of questioning seem even more unhinged. If you're bored I invite you to go ahead and rabbit hole your way through the other celebrity interviews the writer conducted some ten years ago.

Meanwhile this coverage of an actor's fondness for his mutts delivered via Web 1.0 wouldnt be complete without mentioning la cabra, Gentle Giants dog food, which has the absolute illest package design, killer video thumbnails and a website we all can aspire to. Created by the actor who was the original Boy Wonder (bka Robin from the Batman television series), I hope he's also the mind behind this Dr. Bronner's advertisment mailer aesthetic.


July was bulging with creativity from day one, having already started a few projects the last week of June.

Having binged the latest three seasons of project runway allstars on tubi, i was under the incorrect assumption that I too could create a garment in less than 48 hours. What ended up happening was tediously handstiching an entire jacket across two weeks because I was too intimidated to learn how my sewing machine works, on top of lacking an ideal place to set it up.

My goal was to replicate one of my go-to kimono-jackets and upgrade it to include pockets. Armed with this weird clearance fabric I found at Hobby Lobby, a downloaded copy of kimono book cover (hover) and an ironing board, I freestyled my own style of pattern making and got to work.

The final product was mid, and quite frankly hideous on the inside. Im proud of myself for seeing it through, but I havent worn it once and dont think I ever will. This happens with half the clothes I make/alter, and usually Im just satisfied in getting the thing done.

Making the jacket was interspersed with sitting down to paint Ms. Dolly (left) from My 600lb life for Fourth of July. I dont need to point out how patriotic the color palette is, and I like the tongue in cheek subtext of the show’s existence being a very American thing to boot. The painting is done in gouache, which im getting more comfortable with, along with utilizing underpainting.

the second to last weekend of July is always a special time as it coincides with my parent’s anniversary and more importantly COMICCON. Years past, when it was easier to sneak in, the house would be full of friends coming in for the event, while my mom would make gigantic feasts for all the odd characters occupying all the beds. However as security has beefed up and the con simultaneously losing its luster as the scales tip towards all things corporate, it hasn’t been worth the trip down. And while my haul wasn’t the best this year by any stretch (mostly art supplies and sample sets from Holbein) I was able to perfect my method of sneaking in, which i’ve turned into a comprehensive guide you can find below.

This year also marked my folk's 40th spin around the sun tolerating each other's driving, and despite my mom being supremely pissed at my dad over a comment about a chair(?), we had a lovely dinner at Mr. A’s, which I had actually never been to despite its sign being an iconic part of the san diego skyline.

Throughout all of this I was editing a video project that I was sure I was going to finish by the end of the month, but with about four minutes of audio left to set footage to, ive completely ran out of gas, and have set it on pause to code this month’s recap (and the additional bonus goodies). Even explaining the video feels daunting right now, so I’m just going to keep mum about it til its ready for release

Last but not least, Ive grown more comfortable executing projects on the cricut i bought of letgo last year, and am pleased to announce ive made my first merch product for this site, the Humantooth Sticker Sheet.

Made a painting for Fourth of July, featuring Dolly, one of the "guests" on TLC's My 600lb Life. Everytime I look at it I start singing the song from the OG Americas Funniest Home Videos (America, America, this is yoooou)

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