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I'm doing a 366 Day Challenge, and am 282 days in! You can follow along on my PixelFed account.
It's been a busy few weeks, and I'll be away for a few days. I've got stuff to cover soon, but for now I'm gonna stick with a few reading and watching suggestions. Everyone have a great weekend!

HOTorNOT shaped the social web as we know it - Jess Joho, Mashable
Twenty years ago today, HOTorNOT launched and created the social web as we know it. Maybe this wasn't the best way to usher in the information age?

There's always something going on with Internet of Things, isn't there? First, Lisa sent me this story about how some coffee makers can be hacked, used to mine cryptocurrency, and display ransom messages. But what about this chastity cage that I saw Chris post, which can be hacked in a variety of ways to lock it with no physical override?

Favorite line: "that is made trickier by the fact that the shackle in question is fastened tightly around the wearer’s testicles"

This Land Is No Longer Your Land - Monte Reel, Bloomberg Businessweek
Last week I brought up private beaches in Sarasota and across the state of Florida. But what if it's not the land that is private, but access to the land?

Billionaires see fortunes rise by 27% during the pandemic - Simon Read, BBC
I thought that the economy was doing poorly? I thought that we were losing jobs left and right? It doesn't seem to be reflected here, right? /sarcasm

Reddit Among Us post that says "Made some macarons today, planning to fill 2 impostors with wasabi instead of matcha."
This is a cruel prank πŸ˜‚ HT to L James for this


Thunder & Lightning - NSP
New Ninja Sex Party album next week! New videos!!

Influencers: How Democracy Created a Monster
It was all of us all along!

When Time Became History - The Human Era
The way to view and interpret history is always contested. It can be cool to think of what the past is like, but upscaling old film to 4k changes how we view history.

This person on tiktok has developed a classification model for conspiracy theories
There's a few of these videos, and a diagram too. It's a pretty good overview of conspiracy theories from the benign to the dangerous.
Hey look, the weekend! Make a bit of time for yourself where you can πŸ’