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Do not buy NFT made with my art.
Do not make NFT with my Creative-Commons artworks.
If you respect my art, remember and apply this.
Here is my article about what just happened: https://www.davidrevoy.com/article864/dream-cats-nfts-don-t-buy-them
the delicious irony: creators of industrial language models are now worried about no longer being able to use the web as their "commons" (i.e. other people's labor that they appropriate and commercialize) because their own outputs are "polluting" it (via https://mailchi.mp/jack-clark/import-ai-266-deepmind-looks-at-toxic-language-models-how-translation-systems-can-pollute-the-internet-why-ai-can-make-local-councils-better)
"This game I and all my players are trapped inside is a poignant, trenchant metaphor for humanity writhing under late capitalism's iron boot of structurally incentivised mutual antagonism and violence", says Enlightened Modern Videogame Protagonist, "and therefore as a revolutionary act of noncompliance I intend to break this dark cycle once and for all by (checks notes) upgrading my gear until I can kill eight minibosses within a single loop."
"The lifespan of bitcoin mining devices remains limited to just 1.29 years. As a result, we estimate that the whole bitcoin network currently cycles through 30.7 metric kilotons of equipment per year." https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/sep/17/waste-from-one-bitcoin-transaction-like-binning-two-iphones
Wired has an interesting article on the practicalities of how history is made on Wikipedia.
What happens when coinbros buy a ship to build a libertarian utopia?
If you ever wondered that, well, here's your answer:
Spoiler warning: it didn't work out.
This is awesome. Write about a forgotten game.
Through the month of September, KRITIQAL is hosting the forgotten games essay jam. If you have been looking for a chance to write about that game nobody else seems to remember, maybe now's the time.
All the details on the itch jam page: https://itch.io/jam/forgotten-games-essay-jam
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