Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Once again I am bewildered by how differently I gauge the significance of particular news compared to the minuscule portion of the social media that I observe. My reaction to the news about the dead and then undead journalist was "hum", both times; theirs is "OMG". The response to the news of the undead is even worse: as if in a flash mob, people are posting interjections (of surprise, unbelief, etc.), and their readers are joining in and keeping up the conversation without any doubt what the interjection is referring to, as though today there is only one cause for astonishment. All this feels a bit surreal; as if something monumental has occurred, which I entirely missed.

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    A hilarious piece of web comedy in the style of Monty Python. Can only be viewed on the author's web page, because privacy settings. But so worth it.…

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    A very impressive demo of real-time noise suppression software for Linux called NoiseTorch: - audio demo on the Linux for Everyone podcast…

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    Twitter is having fun:

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