… not what the title implies but … … Spam Poetry, harvested from about 530 spam comments on this blog. I keep to my usually dystopian-postmodern genre. Imagine somebody with a British accent reading it, and mentally insert black and white images inspired by Philip K. Dick‘s short stories. Don’t expect to understand it, it […]Read More The Destiny of the Universe
Dear Google, you do still encrypt your search results. As a security enthusiast I should like this but I rather suspect you want me to use your AdWords tools. Please stop showing me ads for your “starter package” on all social networks, and give me the raw material for my poetry back. For now I […]Read More Search Term Poetry – Spring Edition
This post might baffle readers that come here for: science / physics / book reviews / corporate world dark satire / search term poetry / navel-gazing / self-destruction … (and the other genres I have forgotten). However, I’d argue that this post covers all of those – in a subtle way. My blog has a […]Read More Intelligent Life-Forms in the Blogosphere – Again!
I am a science fiction fan. In particular, I am a fan of movies featuring Those Lonesome Nerds who are capable of controlling this planet’s critical infrastructure – from their gloomy basements. But is it science fiction? In the year Die Hard 4.0 has been released a classified video has been recorded – showing an […]Read More Cyber Security Satire?
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“Beware of geeks bearing formulas.”–Warren Buffett A view of technology in my youth. I know what you’re thinking. Why don’t I give the Geek of the Year BLAHS to myself? Short answer: I almost won an award like that in my youth, but lost out to the guy…
Dear reader, enclosed you find my latest spam poem. Each line is verbatim from a spam comment (including typos). The meme pool had comprised about 400 spam comments collected in the past three weeks. This time I forced myself to compile the poem extremely fast, scrolling through these comments in Data-from-Star-Trek-style and letting my subconsciousness […]Read More Remarks Written by Brain-Dead Visitors