Listen now (56 min) | Two books about Twitter.
Send in the military into these high profile technology installations..well people and influences have more power than they seem and can make some strong convincing for the Higher government to do that because maybe if there was even a hint of some deduction in democracy we could give some slight totalitarianism and put an end to all of this undesirable content like potential spies and dangerous trends...and consideration of book burnings to really become at least more than Neutral N.PC Bots
Bizarre how Oyler's book is released in 2021, reflecting on a subculture from 2018 - in other words, talking about the very recent past - and yet that world seems completely, irreparably disintegrated.
Kat, you're right to say it seems so outdated and ancient. But there's also something weird about it; if you joined Twitter in 2018, there is no conceivable universe in which you're an "oldhead," either. But in that time you could've theoretically passed between, what... three, four, ten different cliques?
It's like how space-time can be both stretched and crunched when matter moves toward a black hole. "Portal," indeed.
Hi, I failed the test. What is the podcast with Amy and Oliver Bateman?
Throwing Berlin into works of fiction is like hydrogenated oils in food. "Oh you had a vegan burger and tried recreational drugs, ok".
I love the opening, Kraftwerk’s “Komputer Love”