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Marcel Cutts
Standard human meat bag. Founder of | Organiser of | Cyberpunk enthusiast
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Marcel Cutts 19h
Replying to @tlakomy @mthenw
If someone in (UK) tech attempted this they'd be tried and executed in the court of public opinion immediately
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
The whole squad out
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
Replying to @BlaineBublitz
You should know Sven, one of Berghain's bouncers. Lovely person, highly mystical. Standing in front of him is an experience of extraplanar judgement that no one on Twitter can match. Would recommend.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
My rust-n-rage gym is bow open 24-7! No one better sneeze on me ever again because my immune system will be in the gutter from overtraining forever.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
Replying to @andrestaltz
As a takeaway though, I'm big fan of your work and the effort you're putting into something I feel is important even if we disagree on minor nuances of tech/culture intersection
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
Replying to @andrestaltz
I also appreciate in retrospect that ideology was perhaps a poor word choice, and was a rough shorthand to "doing things that (likely) inconvenience you personally for a higher purpose or direction you wish to endorse or promote"
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
Replying to @andrestaltz
People seem (which I appreciate is not scientific) OK with major services disappearing for small periods as long as the day to day is convenient, effortless, and prompt. Centralised services excel better than decentralised ones at the moment, but I hope we can change that.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
Replying to @andrestaltz
As the subject of this subtweet, I agree fully with your points about the downsides of centralisation and fully endorse moving away. That being said, we need to recognise why centralised services were popular and dominant beyond financial opportunity.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
I think it's possible to get "good enough". I've noticed popular torrents seem to max out downpipe speed even for friends that have good internet. That's a distributed system that is often better than centralised alternatives just because bandwidth is cheap I guess.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 20
This is my dream! I have some concerns about time to pull packages. Convenience will always win over ideology.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 19
My next level.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 19
People on the internet sure are negative.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 19
Replying to @tlakomy
"Listen son, you can cry at two things in life - when your mother passes away, and when your football team loses." Actual answer - I've seen people cry at workplaces. I think I have too but I believe it was due external-to-work events.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 18
Replying to @tazsingh
"Powered by INORGANIC SMARTS" "Do you mean AI?" "You said it, not me."
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Marcel Cutts Apr 18
Replying to @elibelly
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Marcel Cutts Apr 18
Replying to @jkup
Things my CS degrees taught my. - you can use liquid nitrogen to make ice-cream - playing the bongos makes you cool but only if you also have a Nobel prize - antimatter is kinda like matter but going back in time Wait let me check that online degree again
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Marcel Cutts Apr 17
The only thing keeping my fragile psyche together today are these dope wings: Pros - cheaper than a psychiatrist and easier than tackling complex and systemic life issues Cons - there are only 8 of them
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Kris Nóva Apr 16
Courtesy of the archlinux-nordics channel on Freenode:
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Jeremy Blake Apr 15
I'm worried that all these new Bass Station II features are getting difficult for CALC to keep track of.
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Marcel Cutts Apr 16
Replying to @JemYoung
This is the only real unpopular opinion I've seen on Twitter dot com
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