@petrichor I have my email publicly visible on my website. I have lately gotten some spam from ad people who want to publish on my site, but otherwise no problems.
@brownpau Username and image refer to Warhammer 40k, which started out as fascist satire and now is just a depiction of fascism.
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
@cadadr @meena @ljwrites @Stoori I once had to give a conference talk where I wanted to show a bunch of short clips from a videogame to highlight specific things in the game. I thought I was clever and made short videos and embedded them in the presentation. The presentation was big, but worked. Except when I was trying to present it on the conference computer, when it promptly crashed the computer, forcing me to talk without any presentation at all.
@tomasino Not sure how applicable this is outside the classroom, and how relevant trigger warnings are to CWs. It's hard to untangle the two, when in practice they seem to have different purposes and different backgrounds. I wrote about this a while back:
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)
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