Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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There is a magazine entitled Logic. I am not quite sure what's logical about it; from the look of it, it's mostly collections of humanities-grade essays on topics remotely related to tech. They will be holding a bookclub sort of thing that they are calling Logic School, whose curriculum's (impressive!) description contains the following fun passage:



A programming language, you see. Squiggly squiggly squiggly squiggly. Inspiring, because it is decolonial.
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