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Favoriting October 17, 2022: Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive

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Today: Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive

archive.org, the Internet Archive website

openlibrary.org, the Open Library website

Democracy's Library, a new initiative to make "government research freely accessible to all"

dweb.archive.org, the Decentralized Web homepage at the Internet Archive

• Small publishers Brewster mentions: Seven Stories Press, PM Press, 11:11 Press, and The Brick House - in addition to (as Mark mentioned) Verso Books and Princeton University Press

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Listener comments!

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Handy Haversack:

Mark and the Techyon Drives! Techgin: Poured! Ready for some Techtonic.
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ultradamno:

Mark! Techtonscriptionists!
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Baja Joe:

Greetings Mark and everyone listening
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm
DanFA:

I'm hoping that this interview was recorded on a 45 in keeping with singles going steady.
Avatar 6:01pm
herb.nyc:

Hola. Yay. The world is safe. Mark is here!
  6:02pm
David in London:

Evening Mark and all Technoids.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:02pm
Hopey Sockmonkey:

Good afternoon, Mark and Technistas.
  6:02pm
Deano de los Muertos:

Hey Mark!
  6:03pm
wendy del formaggio:

Hooray! Hello Mark & friends.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03pm
Folsom:

I wonder if Angela is solving murders remotely in Cabot Cove
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03pm
chresti:

Hi Mark and techtoniacs!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04pm
Will thee Sound Guy:

Hello Mark and all!!!
  6:04pm
wendy del formaggio:

Oh my goodness, I LOOOOVE The Internet Archive. It’s where I archive my radio shows. So psyched for this!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm
listener james from westwood:

Evening, Mark!
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Franco Twinkie:

Hi Mark. I love the internet archive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm
DanFA:

Mark bought a robot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm
disco_nap_:

Good evening, all! Very excited for tonight's episode.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm
listener james from westwood:

I was all over the Wayback Machine today while vetting URLs in the reference section of a new-edition book I was editing. Amazing how much bit rot transpired in 4 years.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm
disco_nap_:

Patron saint of found footage films!
  6:06pm
Alex G:

Ohhh....great guest!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07pm
Mr. Pumpy:

I love the Internet Archive, and I'm here for the snacks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07pm
Mark Hurst:

Hi all, thanks for joining! Glad to see fellow fans of Internet Archive/Wayback Machine here on the comment board.
  6:07pm
Rolando:

Present and listening from the land of Oz
  6:08pm
Deano de los Muertos:

I know nothing about the Wayback, outside of Peabody & Sherman, been looking forward to this show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:08pm
-жеи:

I wish I had a Petabyte
  6:08pm
P-90:

Coincidentally, I just used the Wayback Machine yesterday, reminded of its inestimable value as a resource.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09pm
Franco Twinkie:

That's a pretty good price.
  6:09pm
Ochre Ogre:

Hi Mark!
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Bas NL:

Hi Mark! Hi all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09pm
Mark Hurst:

@-жеи skip the petabyte and just go for an exabyte!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:10pm
Mark Hurst:

@Bas @Ochre Ogre @Rolando hello, good to see you all here
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herb.nyc:

The good people at The Archive of Contemporary Music work w L’Internet Archive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:11pm
Ciggy:

My professional work is archived at Tuxedo Park, NY
Near the New York Renaissance Faire
One of the loveliest Renaissance faires in the country!
  6:11pm
P-90:

жеи’s a peta-phile. Welcome to the club!
  6:11pm
Ochre Ogre:

@ Ken- Wish my pet didn't bite.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:11pm
disco_nap_:

Where did my little robot guy go? :( Do I have to re-pledge to get him back? I didn't cancel my donation, it's still being withdrawn...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:12pm
Baja Joe:

Just signed up. Wow. Of course this exists.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:13pm
Webhamster Henry:

A whole lotta stuff is in the archive that you wouldn't think is in the archive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:13pm
Handy Haversack:

Exabyte's a bit of an overbite.
  6:13pm
Kat in Chicago:

Internet Archive is beyond awesome and I need to remember to throw them some money again soon (next month after the Hellraiser, haha). Been spending a lot of time with the Over The Edge Radio (Don Joyce/Negativland) archives in recent months.
  6:14pm
P-90:

I’d like to know: who first thought of borrowing the name “Wayback Machine” for the archive of webpages past?
  6:14pm
queems:

this comes at a good time because i recently realized i was bored/tired of the internet in its current state
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

If a person were to print out those 100 petabytes, how far past the moon would it reach?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
Webhamster Henry:

Nov 15, 1996: web.archive.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
mndave:

web.archive.org...
This is precious.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
Handy Haversack:

Word, queems.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
Will thee Sound Guy:

I archive my recordings of shows that I've done the sound for... since about 2007
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:15pm
Mark Hurst:

@disco_nap_ the monthly donation (Swag For Life) gets the radio-icon - which you have, thanks! ... the robot-icon is (now) displayed for donations to Techtonic during this particular October fundraiser.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm
disco_nap_:

Thank you for explaining that to me, Mark! And for all you do!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm
Franco Twinkie:

This is true. I worked in mainstream media for years and was a high paid nobody. Now I'm an internet nobody and make zero money.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm
Mark Hurst:

@disco_nap_ likewise, thanks for all your support!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:19pm
paddy in matawan:

I've tried to use the Internet Archive but just haven't really been able to use it like I use other sites. I know it has a ton of stuff but it's a little difficult to navigate and is somewhat sluggish. I am all ears.
  6:20pm
Ochre Ogre:

Publishers, sounds like what banks have been doin for decades.
  6:22pm
Old Dave:

whew, sorry - late to the show... too much steppin and fetchin fo' de massa today.
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melinda:

hi everyone
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Rich in Washington:

Bob bless the Internet Archive and all who sail with it.
  6:24pm
The Butterman:

They have the ENTIRE Grateful Dead inventory. As a youngster I used to fantasize about having one device that had every dead show ever. What an amazing reality!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm
listener james from westwood:

The Internet Archive's actual physical HQ is deliciously archive-y, if you care to search on your favorite non-snoopy web search site.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm
Webhamster Henry:

Our library - probably yours too - does not keep a list of what we've checked out so that it can't get subpoenaed.
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Bas NL:

Is there a link between archive.org and arxiv.org?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:26pm
Webhamster Henry:

I am a super fan of the Old Time Radio programs on the archive. The Librivox material is very uneven, but - it's free!
  6:27pm
Rolando:

I like this chap, he’s a natural rebel !!!
  6:28pm
P-90:

Raiding my glass to Brewster for: “so we SUED the United States and WON”
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Mark Hurst:

@Bas arxiv.org is run by Cornell University - another good open-access project (for scholarly articles, in this case) but not, as far as I know, any connection with archive.org.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:28pm
Webhamster Henry:

Librarians are the most radical.
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Bas NL:

@Mark Thanks.
  6:30pm
Ochre Ogre:

Im not familiar with the Internet Archives, is it similar to the National Archives?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:31pm
Mr. Pumpy:

The Internet Archive is possibly the greatest thing about the internet. I recently watched Shuji Terayama's short film Emperor Tomato Ketchup on the site before going to see Stereolab on their current tour. The film is weird and somewhat problematic, but it was amazing that I could watch it for free on the archive. As a result, I finally had additional insight into what is possibly the bands most famous album, being they named it after the film. I have read, watched, listened to so much on the Internet Archive over the past two decades. It is an amazing resource. I thank you, Brewster!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:31pm
Franco Twinkie:

There is a brand new brick and mortar Amazon store in Pasadena. I am curious about how they have transformed the footprint of a building I use to go into all the time. However, I'm scared of some kind of electro-voodoo that will steal my sole if I walk thru this thinly veiled portal to hell.
  6:31pm
Jackie G:

I like this guy's enthusiasm
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TDK60:

Hi Mark, archivers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:32pm
Mark Hurst:

@TDK60 welcome
  6:32pm
Jackie G:

watch your shoes if you care about your soles.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:33pm
Franco Twinkie:

We are.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:33pm
Mr. Pumpy:

Had trouble posting. I didn't mean to double post.
  6:33pm
William Swan, Jr.:

Wikipedia is bullshit.
  6:33pm
Sam:

The charity system in this country was set up in the service of capitalism, so that private individuals have to volunteer their time and money to accomplish things the government should be doing, and does do in other countries. Our government is happy to give tax write offs so they can shirk their social responsibilities and push them on to others. It disgusts me to see us relying on charities to solve real problems.
  6:33pm
Old Dave:

THERE is the great thing to tell us Mark. I helped take Chester Springs Library and an historic building in Gladwyne PA to 501c3 status.. and they got stronger afterwards because real estate vultures went away.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:33pm
Dano59:

I've used the Internet Archive / Wayback Machine a lot in the past year or so.
-- e.g. radio aicrhecks (incl. National Lampoon Radio Hour); books ('Slut', after Sheila B. recommended it); music: Dead shows, Dan Bern shows, etc. ... and movies like The ('62) Manchurian Candidate with Angela Lansbury. The servers - well, large portions of them - figure into research at my old university.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34pm
Franco Twinkie:

It's all lost!
  6:34pm
Jackie G:

So funny they call those church benches "pews"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:35pm
Webhamster Henry:

This data redundancy ensures "business continuity".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:35pm
Dano59:

I also found vital details for my radio show on on old, long-gone music blog I once visited. (swedesplease).
  6:35pm
P-90:

The Great Alexandrian Library rises again
  6:36pm
Ochre Ogre:

Mr Pumpy- That's awesome, and Stereolab!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36pm
Dano59:

excellent analogy, P-90. It's a modern Wonder of the World.
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paddy in matawan:

Nice to see the film Caligula represented there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm
disco_nap_:

Stereolab!! x2
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm
Will thee Sound Guy:

diggin this chat
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm
iiibeat:

Ark-Hive. Yes yes.

Isn't librivox associated somehow?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm
Rich in Washington:

Inter-library loan is awesome.
I've ILL'd rare audio and video recordings and ripped them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:38pm
Handy Haversack:

Maybe it's from having to work through a browser all day, but, honestly, the last thing I want when I come home is more internet. I like that this exists, but I don't think I'm the ideal user. At least as I'm currently constituted.

And I view even the nonevil parts of the internet pretty circumspectly. I just am not sure it has proved its use yet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39pm
Franco Twinkie:

Handy, I hate reading the screen. But what am I suppose to do?
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Mr. Pumpy:

Handy, I haven't proved my use yet, either (neither?)! I just don't want to be stricken off some list...so I'm putting that out there.
  6:39pm
wendy del formaggio:

Brewster is right about interlibrary loan. I use it about twice a month for books and DVDs. Who needs (shudder) amazon prime etc to watch movies? I have gotten TONS of odd and indy movies through ILL. FOR FREE. Also, know this: every time you borrow materials from your public library, you legitimize it to whoever controls its budget. THIS many people are borrowing THIS many items. In a data-driven culture, this is crucial. GO TO THE LIBRARY!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39pm
disco_nap_:

Big same...reading words on a physical page or just looking at the world around me is such a relief to my poor, screen-strained eyes at the end of the day.
  6:40pm
castor:

You should turn the sites of the servers into shrines that confer special benefits to their supplicants, and you can have festivals and rituals at them that enable deep community bonding.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:40pm
disco_nap_:

I miss when NYPL had the Kanopy hookup :'(
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:40pm
Mr. Pumpy:

@Ochre, were you there? Handy was there, and we saw the stereo goodness.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:41pm
Webhamster Henry:

I like archive.orgs book borrowing feature too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:41pm
disco_nap_:

@castor I cackled out loud at that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:42pm
Handy Haversack:

Books, Franco?

Small, nonprofit publishers are really as captured by the Big Tech nightmare as all the rest of us. It's really hard. Amazon sets the terms for so much of the market. The licensing deals for e-books are determined by the huge companies and not by the small publishers because they have no other way of *getting* books to the libraries. Or at least, no way that there are personnel to handle at any kind of scale. Even just delivering e-book files is so hard. The capital investment required means that it tends to be done only by the massive companies, and then small publishers have to use their infrastructure.
  6:42pm
Lil Nasty:

I'm a librarian, and Brewster has been a hero of mine for some time. So happy to hear him bringing attention to these issues
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm
disco_nap_:

I never realized there were e-books on the Internet Archive...is there a way to download them to devices too? Like a phone, boko, etc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm
Webhamster Henry:

A few like Cory Doctorow can crowdsource their book publishing, but that's tough for everyone else.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm
Webhamster Henry:

There's an archive.org app in case you want to read a borrowed book on a device.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:44pm
disco_nap_:

Thank you, Webhamster!
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WR:

Brewster just used the "surveilled" word.
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chresti:

get out of my chair?
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DanFA:

I usually use Hoopla for ebooks if the book in question is too expensive or I'm not sure I really want to commit to buying a physical copy. If I am going to buy a physical book, I'll mostly use a small bookstore. Or Barnes and Noble if they already have something in stock.
  6:44pm
Ochre Ogre:

Mr Pumpy- Unfortunately no, I was a late comer to Stereolab.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45pm
DanFA:

@Chresti, upload Addams Family series. They don't have it.
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Franco Twinkie:

In L.A. literate people have these little bird houses in their front yards full of books they don't want. Today I got a book on the history of Bollywood movies written by a professor of Anthorpology at New York University. It's a book goddamnit, and it was free!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46pm
Handy Haversack:

(Not to mention the personnel hours small publishers waste on social media ...)

Ochre Ogre, it's not too late! Not sure where you are, but the tour is ongoing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46pm
chris in the redwoods:

this has to be one of my fav interviews, Mark. kudos!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46pm
Vanessa bikes:

Awesome interview and awesome guest! thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46pm
Mr. Pumpy:

@Wendy, I agree. However, as a film fanatic, I have come to appreciate some streaming services as they have titles I've been looking for which I can not find at the library. I do a bit of both. There is a great streaming site called Kanopy which bridges the two worlds. they are tied into the public library network and as long as you have a library card from one of the participating libraries you can search for and watch a good grip of content that comes from the system and watch 6 a month for free. Kanopy.com...it's amazing. Also, Metrograph does something similar based on their theater's content in NYC and their curated film festivals and lecture series.
  6:46pm
Andres:

Great interview, Mark!!
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spodiodi:

thanks, Brewster Kahle! thanks, Mark Hurst!
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Kat in Chicago:

@Franco those Little Free Libraries are big in Chicago too, several of my neighbors have them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47pm
chris in the redwoods:

had to toss a few coins in the tip jar.
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Handy Haversack:

Calvin's only half right. We don't understand the value of oil, timber, or minerals at all well. We both over- and undervalue them wildly.

Still, for a six-year-old, he's pretty much nailing it.

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  6:47pm
Rolando:

Marks books are in the Open Library 😃
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm
ultradamno:

Did someone do some dusting? Why did that show have to go?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm
-жеи:

Say it Mark: PROG!
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Bas NL:

A very happy and positive concept the Internet Archive. I've lost so much work by website changes and take-overs.
  6:48pm
wendy del formaggio:

I’m sad Dave Mandl’s not on tonight. I’m psyched Scott is filling in. I guess it’s complicated.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm
chresti:

Ok DanFA, after I download it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm
ultradamno:

(no slight on the complications to be inferred)
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Handy Haversack:

Also, contractually obligated to say: It's go time!

MANDLPROG! MANDLPROG! MANDLPROG!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48pm
Webhamster Henry:

I'm a big fan of Kanopy , they have lots of documentaries and tv series and foreign stuff and last year had a massive number of Giallo films highlighted for Halloween.
  6:49pm
eme:

incredible show, thanks mark
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm
chris in the redwoods:

ultrad, "live intervened" as the DJ said. his folks are ailing, iirc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm
-жеи:

@ultradamno, Derek was not able to continue doing the show due to medical issues in his family
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chris in the redwoods:

*life
  6:50pm
Dhario:

Did someone catch the name of the library (founded by Ben Franklin) that Brewster Kahle recommended in Midtown?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50pm
Mr. Pumpy:

Webhamster - yes! It's a very well handled streaming service.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50pm
PaulRobeson1922:

Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi
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WR:

True. The software that the NYC Library uses has an option for keeping a list of books you have checked out in the past but it is not and cannot be enabled.
  6:51pm
Ochre Ogre:

Handy- Thanks, will keep track! Sadly without Mary Hansen, but still, never saw them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm
Handy Haversack:

Mr. P, I might be wrong, but I think the reason the NYPL dropped Kanopy was over privacy concerns.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:52pm
DanFA:

@Chresti, do you have physical copies?
  6:52pm
Lil Nasty:

Gov docs go directly into the public domain.
  6:52pm
Sam:

Or to Mar-a-Lago
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm
PaulRobeson1922:

Hi, WR!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm
Webhamster Henry:

Library of Congress is also great. www.loc.gov
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm
Franco Twinkie:

Support used bookstores. Where I go, they keep a log at the cash register of what they sell written in ballpoint pen. WITHOUT YOUR NAME!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

I think archive.org lets you access some news articles that were behind a paywall site, so that's an advantage.
  6:53pm
Old Dave:

Really too bad that public libraries became a place for housing-challenged individuals to sleep and poop and get high and occasionally get stabby.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm
WR:

There are interests who have monetized public documents.

Hi PaulR1922
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Tom in Topanga:

@Sam; Only if they compromise US security.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54pm
Mr. Pumpy:

Handy, I didn't know they dropped them. Interesting, and disheartening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54pm
DanFA:

Yes! More positive stories, please.
  6:55pm
Ochre Ogre:

"A president can declassify documents by thinking it," I never knew that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55pm
Webhamster Henry:

Oh, and old pal Clive Thompson has a webapp that pulls up random weird books from archive.org.uxdesign.cc...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55pm
Mr. Pumpy:

@Ochre, I hear you about Mary Hansen. Her magic will not be replaced, but the new bass player, Xavier Muñoz Guimera, surprised me with a lot of backing vocals I thought would go unsung. Great show, all things considered.
  6:56pm
Jackie G:

Stay tuned for prog show, coming up next.
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Seanarchx:

GREAT SHOW! I love Internet archive, wikipedia, WFMU obviously, KOOP, etc
  6:57pm
P-90:

Outstanding interview, even by Techtonic’s stratospheric standards. Bravo Mark.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm
ultradamno:

Robot icon in the shop for repairs
  6:57pm
Sam:

The old robot icon became sentient and ran off to Tijuana.
  6:57pm
Deano de los Muertos:

Icon should stay if you’re Swag for Life
  6:57pm
Ochre Ogre:

Hells yeah, $10 here $10 there!
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Feldy:

Thanks, Mark!
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Mr. Pumpy:

MNDLPRG!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm
chresti:

Thanks Mark!
  6:58pm
Ochre Ogre:

Thanks Mark!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm
paddy in matawan:

Thanks Mark!
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Franco Twinkie:

I think I need a robot head. Just a minute, Mark.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm
Webhamster Henry:

The radios are Swag For Lifers.
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Bas NL:

Thanks Mark! Thanks Brewster!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm
Mr. Pumpy:

@Sam, can you blame him?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm
Webhamster Henry:

My line would be cluttered with icons if they stuck around.
  6:58pm
Sam:

I certainly can not!
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Deano de los Muertos:

Thanks Mark!
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chresti:

Thanks Brewster!
  6:59pm
Sam:

I’m with Ken, I love the rants!
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Handy Haversack:

Thanks, Mark! As always!
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Jeff Moore:

Oh, that *is* a robot head!

With my crappy eyes, I thought it was a little cupcake until I looked really closely!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm
Will thee Sound Guy:

Thank you Mark and Brewster!!
be well everyone!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm
ultradamno:

By the way, the This Band Isn't Real uses AI to make up metal album covers and band names twitter.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm
Dean of the Dead:

wish it showed my icons, photo, ect when you’re chatting via the app
  6:59pm
wendy del formaggio:

Thanks Mark!
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listener 126464:

that's funny
  7:00pm
Sam:

No, it’s a cupcake.
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Handy Haversack:

All hail our new robot cupcake overlords.
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