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[Comments] (2) : When I'm gone, Bundle Me In Graphite.

: The not-posting life is not the life for me, but there should be no more interruptions of that length in the forseeable future. (I still can't believe I'm doing this silly thing.) Anyway, the Syndication Automat got mentioned on CoolGov, and I added to the Automat a feed for the University of Pennsylvania's Online Books Page, which aggregates links to free online books from all over the web. It has a lot more technical books, religious books, and generally modern stuff than Project Gutenberg. I've been looking at it sporadically for years but now I can keep up with it.

I promised Seth I'd add some other feeds to the Automat, so I'll probably do that this weekend. It's good easy useful work.

[Comments] (1) : If you want robotfindskitten to be more violent, well... I already wrote robotfindskitten 2: This time it's personal!, and Kris did robotfindskitten: The Deltaur Initiative. On the other hand, if you want robotfindskitten to be more violent yet still be recognizable as robotfindskitten, you can try Ryan Finnie's rfk-hypermegadeath patch, which introduces the first reliable way to lose at robotfindskitten. Elise says one of her friends used to consistently lose at robotfindskitten by playing it over an unreliable serial link that would go down before kitten was found, but not everyone can afford such an environment.

Studies Show Seth Often No Motivator: But not this time. As a result of a conversation we had at his birthday party, I put up an Automat feed of the GNU Philosophy page. However now that I think about it it should probably track the What's New page instead. Maybe I'll do that tomorrow.

Update: that's better.


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