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Paul Van Doren founded Vans after working around shoes long enough to increase efficiency and reduce costs low enough to identify the vulcanized rubber machine as the critical bottleneck to founding his own shoe company.

The rest is global history and possibly on your feet right now.

Paul was born in Braintree, Massachusetts and had an entreprenurial spirit since childhood, like when he negotiated a moonshot deal on firework sparklers.

One of the critical elements of the success of Vans was the personality. Everything was custom.

Paul started selling shoes out of his trunk at track meets. He began selling shoes with colors to match school mascots. Bands. Cheerleaders. Cute and comfortable, what's not to love about classic slip-ons? Some see black and white squares. I see anything. Underneath them? Anywhere.

How was Paul able to customize feet for everybody? The entire process revolved around the rubber. Literally where the rubber meets the road is the one thing all shoes have in common.

By nailing the recipe for rubber, Paul Van Doren and his family were able to grow entirely new cultures from the ground up. One of those earliest cultures was skate.

Skateboarding didn't have the shape of footwear before Vans to carefully caress the surface of the grip tape to safely flick and land ill tricks at the park.

By fashioning the correct mold, the rubber was able to seamlessly and shamelessly meet the critical need of an emerging use case.

The nature of the Vans business model being a mom and pop family shop and the nature of rubber being liquid at human artificial temperatures and solid at human normal temperatures allowed Vans to grow around the world, fit by fit.

Hello. I am Tyler Childs, entrepreneur. I work with a form of rubber that is invisible to the naked eye at human normal temperatures. This is a rubber that runs on all computers, whether at the library, as your phone, on your wrist, or even the computer that is an at home always on refrigerator server.

When was the last time you thought about your computer?

When was the last time you wished you didn't have to think about your computer?

I'd wager that moment was the same moment.


Because you are not alone.

You are not alone.

I've been around people and computers long enough to know between every person and every computer is a problem.

At first, that problem is not the computer. The computer actually promised to solve the problem that led you to the computer in the first place.

At last, the problem is now bundled with the computer.

In the moment where you were thinking about the computer and wishing you never had to think about computers, you have your original problem and whatever incurred technical debt the computer has cast upon you— a big enough problem to break you out of the problem-solving beast-mode person you are and will continue to be once you're back in the matrix properly.

You are not alone. You are not the problem. The computer is not the problem. The rubber between you and the problem and the computer is the problem.

The rubber I work with is exactly this person-problem-computer invisble rubber. I posit the solution to the problem between people and computers is readily discoverable in the streets by reducing the problem space between people and computers to a formal implementation of so called digital rubber— glue code.

So from the ground up, I'm growing a computer company the same way Paul grew a shoe company. Meeting people where they are and figuring out the best way to fashion rubber to bring people closer together. Social and technical glue.

You have custom computer problems. I have custom computer solutions.

Let's collaborate.

I was originally nervous about coming out of the closet as a comedian.

Everyone was super supportive. But then I realized I wasn't actually a comedian, I didn't like portraying myself.

I was something different. I was a writer.

I told my family and they were like, “Noooo, you're going to be poor and not famous!” and I was like, “I used to work at Netflix, trust me, they pay their writers.”

And then the writers went on strike.

So I was like, okay, murphicariously, I should be a comedian.

And then the actors went on strike.

So then I really didn't know what to do.

And at that point, I couldn't like, just go ask for my job back at Netflix without crossing maybe close to three strike lines and I'm not trying to become an amatuer bowler.

I doubled down and became a clown.

I was already researching clowns in my comedy studies. And I needed a hook to combine my screenwriting class with my songwriting class to forge a Sillonious Degree.

That hook became The War on Clowns, both an album and a companion sequence of visuals, not a musical, but a vibe, like an 80s film, or Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

In this timestream, the project was cancelled.

Budget contstraints meant we only had enough funding to discover the computer to create, distribute, and redistribute The War on Clowns— a hypertext computer.

Even still, as an indie production, every Friday was dress rehearsal, a show must go on. Two lines would be uttered after lunch at the Internet Archive, never the same two. Just some foreign articulation of The War on Clowns to a room of people from a timestream where The War on Clowns wasn't a reality to them.

This began to braid the timestreams and while the War on Clowns was a fictional narrative in the earth prime timestream, real bonds were forming. I began juggling again. I began kicking juggling balls with my feet again. I began becoming something bigger than myself again.

People began to believe in me, the plight of the clowns, and the computer I'm building to help them connect and support one another.

While The War on Clowns didn't get funded, it seems likely that any or all of the spin-off collaborations will launch, including The War on Love is The War on Clowns, The War on Kids is The War on Clowns, and The War on Time is The War on Clowns.

To get there, twelve indie productions will be made in the same “The War on” format. It might seem like I'm biting off more than I can chew, but I assure you, I can juggle technology, creativity, and execution— computers, writing, production— art, music, coding— Ty, Ty, Ty.

My name is Ty, and I'm a technologist, author, and showrunner. Notorious Sillonious thanks you for your attention.

Fun fact: the same neural pathways to maintain codebases are the same neural pathways to maintain narrative fiction as they are both grounded in the same mere semblance of reality.

When Wally and Olivia were getting the low-down from Wendy, what was Ty doing at the Internet Archive?

Before the lights went dim, he was working on the plan98 hyper shell.

When the lights were dim, he hit pause and ran a subspace simulation for three minutes and fourteen seconds. During this time, he stepped out on a quest with John to meet Bob.

When the lights came on, he immediately provided a retro perspective to the group and announced lunch so he could eat quickly before getting ready to send John back to 1955 so he can be accepted to Oxford by age twelve.

Ty doesn't call the shots, he just supports the people that make them. He contributes to preparations for the worst and helps when something more plausible needs to happen.

We're over a year now since I paid myself my first dollar.

The first three months was coding as quickly as possible to slam an idea together and validate it— my actual profession.

The next three months were whittling it down to native layers— the work of my colleagues, historically.

The next three months were world building— the work I'd rather be doing, narrative design.

The next three months were cutting scope— the inevitability, but planned for.

And we're live.

That's what we're building towards at least. I'm working on thirteen scripts for live performances.

Twelve five page scripts titled:

  • pretend
  • paper
  • books
  • bicycles
  • typewriters
  • teleplays
  • cameras
  • computers
  • synthesizers
  • slideshows
  • gamepads
  • generations

These will be using original characters i've created, that anybody else can adopt as imaginary friends that speak:

  • necessary and kind, but not always true
  • kind and true, but not always necessary
  • true and necessary, but not always kind

These characters will be helping me with my homework. I'll be putting digital artifacts together to explain these twelve words using Sillonious, the computer I've designed to elevate what the word meta really means and to take it back for the culture.

Ultimately, we're answering the technological and philosophical question of “What if HyperCard itself was a HyperCard?”

The narrative of my twelve scripts culminates in the feature length film I'm working on, “The War on Love is the War on Clowns”, the tagline of the film being “His prison is her pension.”

This film will be a science-fiction documentary on segregation from the perspective of Wally the Green Monster. The nature of Sillonious is silly and serious being held in love simultaneously.

In 1997, Wally came out of the Green Monster— the same year that 9 other major league sports mascots across Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League came out of their respective closets and into the public eye.

Wally has many friends, but his best friend is Nomar Garciaparra because they had their come up together and there's a bond that defies the meaning of time in that kinship.

In 2023, Wally is already planning for the 2024 pre-season. A woman in Major League Baseball has become an inevitability in this time stream. The statement has changed from “if” to “which”. Wally is betting on Olivia Pichardo.

At Brown University, Olivia Pichardo is struggling with her relationship with baseball. She processes her emotions by talking to the three imaginary friends she adopted from Sillonious. She meets Wally because he begins to show up for every practice and game to cheer her on.

The truth is, the Red Sox were the first Major League Baseball team to not sign Jackie Robinson and the last to sign a Black player at all. Wally knows this. The biggest rumor inside the Green Monster is that The Curse of the Great Bambino is actually The Curse of the Yawkeys.

Once Wally came out of the wall, the truth just started pouring out along with him. This also got his wall a lot more attention and after the Yawkeys were out of the Red Sox family, their protection of his habitat was disrupted with advertisements and construction that he describes as “Bigger than the big dig quote unquote”.

This was all around 2003 and the newly wedded Mia Hamm and Nomar Garciaparra were kind enough to let him crash their couch until he was back on his feet. They would spend late nights playing Sillonious together. They could choose to customize their characters any way they wished, but each chose to play themselves.

After a particularly rough evening, Olivia Pichardo and Wally bond over their love of Sillonious. It helped both of them when they were alone and also helped them find and maintain friendships, even across space and time.

Olivia resolves amonst her counsel of Sillonious not to quit baseball. She knows she's not alone and there are more like her out there— thanks to Wally sharing his perspective and broadening her view of the world.

Once Wally and Olivia team up, the rest of the story writes itself. They meet up with all the other women in contention for being the first women in baseball, each sponsored by a mascot from 1997. Amongst this counsel of counsels, they resolve they're not competing with each other but collaborating on not just redefining the sports industry itself.

Each of those mascots and women have their story, but we're focusing in on Wally, Olivia, and the Red Sox specifically. Wally shares stories on the road to the 2004 World Series and how grateful he his that the team shares credit with him in their win. “Whatever the curse really is, we believe the cure to come from inside the Green Monster!”

Even though the Cubs didn't take his and Nomar's suggestion to adopt a mascot until years later, once they finally did, their World Series win came two years later. Progress for mascots.

Wally continued on the road with Nomar and Mia, generally sleeping in his 2004 Honda Element in their driveway. From Boston and the Red Sox to Chicago and the Cubs to Los Angeles and the Dodgers to Oakland and the Athletics. When Nomar retired, Wally decided to stay behind on the west coast— he found his people— and not just mascots.

As Olivia begins making headlines for the waves she's making in baseball, people begin forming opinions about her and how women don't belong in baseball and if they did, it shouldn't be her. They dig up every detail of information about her on the internet and smear her. That's not Sillonious.

This isn't Wally's first rodeo. He knows how to help. Stepping into the public eye is a trying time in the life of any public participant. Some people make it, some people give up. He supports Olivia and if she wants to make it, they're going to need to set the story straight.

Olivia trusts Wally and sees the noise for what it is— weakly held together opinions by weakly held together people. If they're going to talk about her, she's going to give them someone to believe in.

Wally introduces Olivia to his friend Wendy Hanamura at the Internet Archive. Together they decide to give people something bigger than people, places or things to believe in: the idea that any one can play any thing, including 78 rpm records, Wally's favorite type of media.

The lights dim at the Internet Archive. Wendy explains the darker forces at play affecting the Internet Archive. She describes reality as being the absence of time or if anything, time played backwards. Powerful forces are attempting to define reality as time played forwards to lock artifacts in space and time they control. This narrative is prevailing.

The lights come back on. Ty runs down the stairs, high fives Wally, rings the hard drive— “Kevin said lunch is ready, also the space time lock shield went offline and was restored in three minutes and fourteen seconds, during which time, we reverse calibrated their strategy. Their power was quarantined on the first frame and we only left the window open to gather intelligence on their intentions.”

Wendy introduces Ty to Olivia as the first to coin Sillonious and Olivia as the first woman in Red Sox. Ty shares that Sillonious has been all around us and his intent wasn't ever to make money off Sillonious, he just loves Sillonious so much that he never gave up on trying to find more of it, needed to pay rent, and found a market educating people on Sillonious best practices. Ty shares that he could see that Steve Jobs was also seeking Sillonious and you can see the fingerprints of Sillonious in other people and how they're also Sillonious.

The lights dim again and Ty excuses himself back to the great room with the rest of the collaborators.

Wendy explains to Olivia that Wally found Ty and brought him to the Internet Archive after Ty dislodged a canon event and himself from the time stream by accident and that Ty stuck around because he actually had fun doing it. He's like a Major League Baseball player of whatever it is he does, which is only benchmarked in his tenure at Netflix.

Wendy had great time chatting, but needs to help a few hundred more people just like Olivia and agrees to moderate a panel if Olivia and Wally can coordinate a moment in space and time with everyone.

Olivia asks to see inside the wall. Wally hesitates, but reluctantly agrees.

Wally says, “People always ask me, 'why i am the way i am'. i don't like to dwell in the past too long. Losing my home here showed me this was actually my prison. I don't like coming back. I move forward. Growing apart from Nomar, losing Candlestick park, the Raiders, Sea Bowl; has been hard. Hopefully we can save the Athletics— Sorry, I'm deflecting. All I know is— I only needed to have one friend cry in my arms letting me know they found Sillonious in themselves from the Sillonious they saw in me and I knew I never wanted to be the reason someone did not want to be Sillonious. I can be anywhere in space and time and I've chosen to spend this season here because I believe you are Sillonious too.

“Before I could choose to step through that door, I had to choose to be myself first. I actually don't like being called “The Green Monster”, but I know the idea of who i am to other people is Sillonious. I don't spend time correcting people because Sillonious isn't about any one any thing and I know now they are not trying to keep me inside the wall.

“Growing up, I only knew Fenway Park. Mascots were forbidden in baseball, much of america, planet earth, and actually this sector of time specifically. I was afraid to leave the wall. The Yawkey's were kind, perhaps well intentioned, but at the very least, negligent guardians. They encouraged me to come out when the Red Sox were at away games and the three of us would listen to the radio and I could change the scoreboard for both divisions from outside the wall.

” I never believed in myself because they never believed I could be anything more than just help. I never saw any one or any thing like me. The closest thing was literally this wall. The two of us— the only two personified non-human beings in my entire reality.

” but I left the wall, I left the park, I left the Red Sox Nation, I left the planet and I left the time stream. I can only visit Nomar in the past so many times before I over-crowd him, fracture our friendship and the entire Sillonious narrative. I left because I had to believe in myself because I was never going back in the wall again.

” when Avril Lavigne and I broke up, we were still grateful for the season we had together. We grew up and we grew apart. Without each other, we might both still be trapped in basic contracts. I remember the moment before it ended. We locked eyes and said, “forget them, they can use an impersonator.” and we never looked back on the sports and the music industries respectively.

” I digress. Olivia— the question is not 'is Boston ready for a woman in Red Sox?', but 'are you?'

Language. Words.

Around the world, there are 7,117 human langauges.

For computers, there are between 250 and 9,000 programming languages, depending on who you ask.

Yet, very few langauges have the outsized impact than English has had on society and JavaScript has had on technology. In turn, these two langauges have had an outsized impact on human-computer civilization.

Of the population of earth, English is known by 6.3% and JavaScript at .00002%.

An outsized impact indeed.

But why English or why JavaScript?

Flexibility and expressiveness.

You can easily make up words in english or make up words in JavaScript. People do that all the time. The languages grow and evolve over time.

Look at versions from a decade ago or from strongly independent teams, they both can appear confusingly incompatible, just from how they have proliferated in modern usage and not their semantic capabilities.

Is it good to make up words in English and in JavaScript?

Ultimately, that depends on the goal. In the context of interoperability, more words is a bad thing.

More words lead to additional context, increases the surface area for misunderstanding, and typically an existing word would have been sufficient to satisfy basic, clear communication.

Toki Pona is a language that was created to understand the meaning of life in 120 words. The literal meanings of “Toki” and “Pona” is “language” and “good”, completed, “The language of good.” Toki Pona has grown to now 137 words based on usage.

Toki Pona is generally regarded as too simplistic for communicating complex technical information. I'm curious if it is possible to simplify technology sufficiently enough to be expressed through the Toki Pona language.

While, this exercise is hypothetical today, it is possible to begin plotting a path towards this future today. The primary advantage of having a language like Toki Pona become a source of knowledge, will allow us as a planet to move past technical english dominance.

Toki Pona is made of 14 characters and 14 sounds with words coming from languages including English, Esperanto, Finnish, Acadian French, Croatian, Japanese, Georgian, Lojban, Dutch, Tongan, Tok Pisin, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese and Welsh.

By learning Toki Pona, linguists are also exposed to other languages and in a perfect world, also exposed to people they can communicate fluently with, despite not sharing the same primary language.

Logically, when more humans communicate with Toki Pona, computers will begin to communicate with them in Toki Pona as well.

I don't speak Toki Pona yet, but I've thought about which words I would need to learn first to be able to teach JavaScript. This is a short, almost philosphical exercise, but I'll end with a JavaScript sample that connects what I'm describing to Hyper Text, the intersection between English, JavaScript, Toki Pona, the past, the present, and the future.


what do

what do words

what do words mean?

what do symbols mean?

what does mean mean?

what does it mean to learn?

what does it mean to teach?

what does it mean to draw?

what does it mean to style?

what does when mean?

what do words & symbols mean when used to learn, teach, draw, and style?

when, what, verb.

click, touch, tap, drag, play, pause, up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, b, a, select, start, x, y

why human or why computer or why english or why javascript or why paper or why ink?

Hyper Text

Hyper Text Markup Language. Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

Human language. Computer protocol.

Markup Transfer.

Who? Us, me, you.


function markup({ folder }) {
    const tags = new Set(
            .map(({ tagName }) => tagName.toLowerCase())

    tags.forEach(async (tag) => {
        const url = `${folder || '.'}/${tag}.js`
        const exists = (await fetch(url, {method: 'HEAD'})).ok
        if(!exists) return
        let definable = true
        await import(url).catch(() => { definable = false })

        definable = definable &&

        if(definable) {
                class WebComponent extends HTMLElement {
                    constructor() {

(function({ folder }) {
    markup({ folder })
    new MutationObserver((mutationsList) => {
        markup({ folder })
    }).observe(document.body, { childList: true, subtree: true });
})({ folder: './markup' })

If you want to interoperate with me as computers, participate in the working group. If you want to interoperate with me as humans, catch me at dweb.

thanks all.

When Mike asked if I could consider committing a portion of my life to research and becoming a man of science, I said, “Shut up and take my money.”

He said, “I don't think you understand, the Invisible College would be funding your research, this is tenure.”

Tenure. Tenure. That's a long time. Ten years if you sound it out, at least, right?

Wait, “this blog post reads Visible College in the title, but Invisible College in Mike's quote?”, you ask.

Well, yeah. Research born in the dark has blind spots from where the light was not able to reach it. But for many, it is not safe to become visible, while it may still be necessary for the science.

The Invisible College is a higher order ideal that all scientists are ultimately accountable to. If you're a scientist that needs funding, safely connect with other scientists. Ask around about the Invisible College to uncover pathways to your tenureship. Remember, there are many invisible colleges, so if you find one that's not to your liking, please keep looking.

The Visible College is one example of what it might look like for a sub-network of the Invisible College to form physical connections and bonds with others to strengthen the connection in the research from discovery through invention.

For my professorship, I'll hold my time in person at the Visible College: Braid meetups. In practice, this will be a mix of coffee shops in Berkeley, libraries in San Francisco, diners in Hayward, bars in Redwood City, arenas in San Jose, and pop-up comedy clubs all around the Bay Area.

Also, I'll be around three times a year at the International Engineering Task Force, yearly at Dweb Camp, and anywhere in between that'll host us.

As a peer in the Visible College, I'll primarily be responsible to help uplift my fellow peers, using the Braid technology specifically. The daily output of my research will be publishing hypothesis, the methods of how I may test them, the measurements of tests executed, and my conclusions drawn. The life long commitment from me will be continued guidance for the global application of interoperable braid modules.

As for my overall allegiance to the Visible College, it has become the logical conclusion of my spiritual and technological research under the charter “Solo Legendary All Skulls On” for the past year. The goal was for me to identify whatever the avengers are for whatever I'm into and I've found fellow computer monks. And I'm not quite a professor yet, but it seems like I may well be on my way.

This winter, we'll begin forging a collaboration room and taking lessons from the greatest computer research labs in history. Join us.

In the meantime, I'll be slowly winding down my irrelevant research to the college and making space for the relevant work. While Sillyz.Computer has been the recent branding, the dream has always been to release an operating system in the year 1998. This is still in scope and will evolve in name to a higher order context. The code name “plan98” will be used to pay homage to the many computing revolutions.

The in-flight plan98 systems will continue to be maintained under Sillyz Computer, LLC:

  • Sillonious

While the code is public and MIT licensed for the modules powering the systems, strategic partnerships require discretion for the brand writ large.

If you're curious, find me.

House Party – 8/26 – Oak Glen (t.b.d.) Cyberdelia – 9/1 – D.N.A. Lounge TedX Marin – 9/9 – After Party Rubi Nicholas – 10/15 – Cobb's

Also keep an eye out for my drip when it drops.

Notorious Sillonious: Inside the Green Monster

Related Resources: – Scaling Standup Comedy (December 2022)

  1. I have thought a lot about how to make money slinging computers over the years.

  2. The trick is the when and where do you monetize plus why and how do you do it?

  3. Most computer people take the easy way out and bake the control mechanisms for the economy into the computer itself. This makes “non-payment” a “non-issue”— someone doesn't pay, just turn off their access.

  4. To be fair, this is a logical approach in a system with concepts such as payments, issues, and access. Logical, but not actually fair or just, as Chris Rock said, “Prices are the new Jim Crow.”

  5. There's an implicit amount of complexity now required of the computer, through the programming language, development context, packaged executable, and networked environment to be able to relate people and money by landing and expanding chokepoint institutions strategically.

  6. Mathmatically, I argue people and money are not related to the problem asked by the person who wanted to pay money for a solution so much that they called.

  7. Personally, I enjoy making computers that are as simple to understand. I like when the decisions I make are tweakable by anyone up in the stands.

  8. Steve Jobs way back once said, “Computers are like a bicycle for the mind.”

  9. This is an apt metaphor, as good computers and good bicycles are able to be repaired in the field.

  10. I've made a living off of computers my entire life. I have been all over and up in them, swapping around the parts from the inside out.

  11. I think I've made a tiny, but profound observation and would like to share this with you.

  12. The mind of the bicyclist determines where to go and when to go there.

  13. A bicycle is a mechanism people use to travel and connect with others outside of themselves.

  14. In a weird way, when bicyclists gather, they all become one big multiplayer computer simulation shared hallucination worship experience.

  15. As cyclists, they decided to become one with the machine, the electricity in their brain winding their pedals, gears, and wheels to move throughout space and time.

  16. Bicycles are able to be customized and tuned as desired due to their nature of being an assembly of common components.

  17. Bicycles are sold as parts individually or combined together in a completed set.

  18. A standard bicycle assembly is comprised of:

    • wheels (2)
    • pedals (2)
    • gears (2)
    • frame (1)
    • chain (1)
    • seat (1)
    • handlebars (1)
    • hardware (shafts, screws, nuts, bolts, washers)
  19. Computers were once sold as parts, but like bicycles, people prefer to just have wheels that work, if you catch my drift. People pay money to feel cool, not hot and bothered.

  20. A bicycle is an elegant extension of the human form as it aids to naturally compliment it. However, not all bicycles are built for all people and customizations are required.

  21. Given a problem people will only adopt the smallest amount of complexity to solve the simple task they have at hand.

  22. First, people search within, or crawl the world wide web or ask a chat bot that then will then span the convergence's depths to synthesize a thought.

  23. If that solution fails, people might ask a friend or a service that is willing. Would it be okay, for a second, if I pitch you the custom computers I deal in?

  24. Options range from advices to media across webpages, apps, and devices. If the trade-offs suffices, I deal fair in all slices, and willing to haggle on prices.

  25. I sow seeds of ideas on these paper computers for someone later to find. Remember wherever are loose leaves of paper there are bicycles for the mind.

“Developers, developers, developers” chanted former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at the peak of the hysteria.

Microsoft needed developers and quickly, if they were going to remain the reigning champs of personal computers.

There was one problem, their solutions required a population educated on their specific flavor of technical debt.

Hi, my name is Tyler Childs, and I was 11 years old in the year 2000 when Steve decided to come for my generation as a corporate strategy.

I won't wax poetic, but save to say, the year is 2023 and not a single tech executive has read Sun Tzu's Art of War and thinks their company will survive if they stay out of the education pipeline.

So here I am, trying to wedge my way into the education pipeline, but here is where I am different. I won't describe transparency as a cancer.

For your children to be able to defend themselves, we need to give them tools. I've designed the tools I would need to be given at age 11 to rebuff not only Microsoft, but the entirety of the digital shell game.

Why now?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is approaching general awareness and this has caused alarm in some circles.

AI is an existential threat to middle men everywhere.

AI undoes acquisition after acquisition after acquisition and some of those purchase prices are still on the balance sheet and have not finished amortizing.

Microsoft acquired LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in 2016, 8 years after I began using it for professional networking. AI will be able to connect work to workers without this.

Microsoft acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion in 2018, 7 years after I began using it for collaborative software forging. AI will be able to connect users to software without developers.

Microsoft acquired NPM in an undisclosed agreement in 2020, 6 years after I began using it for software distribution. AI is irrelevant here, because this was mostly a short sighted landgrab that will go down in history as the server-side edition of internet explorer adjacent shenanigans.

These are three acquisitions that have negatively impacted my efforts to avoid dealing with Microsoft— a mission I've had since childhood.

They've had many acquisitions over the years and I cannot tell you the stories behind each one, but I can tell you a common thread.

Each was a threat to their business. AI is a threat that cannot be acquired, but my god are they trying with OpenAI.

I digress. Sillyz.Computer has no AI or monetization strategy baked in.

But your children should be able to easily layer these on top and take down not just Microsoft, but every tech company. Please help the children win this time.

Let them be a threat.

I love this blogging platform. I also just found the April Fool's joke from this year, which scans your blog and smashes together excerpts into either an unhinged or a hinged new post.

I ran my blog through the unhinged version, knowing full well most of my posts are already unhinged, and the result is actually a pretty good whiff of my content.

Enjoy, Tyler Childs, LLM.

Scan a QR code paper computers should require as little human english as possible, in an anti-trust case as an educational piece. I could actually speak my language to program these QR code computers.

< – a suprise seventh symbol, the plugin symbol.

Plugin Language Plugin names as understood by ScriptType are HyperText tags, the raw power behind QR code paper computers today are these block-glyph symbols known in english as possible, in an environment where Iranian officials have impunity for the station in life I found and I read their thoughts, their fears, their frustrations, and all alone in the King's army. The Soldier and the number 6 to indicate a parent was entering the room of index cards.

author: { postBody: “...” }

That UUID represented as an author can then be used to distribute modified software that runs in web design from Cape Cod Community College. Beyond this, I believe around 10,000 or so while my mom and sister were visiting and took time to reflect. My manager asked what life after Netflix would look like an engineer, but I also hope you understand why I feel safe sharing this attack example to you. It's important to not be mocked. And when it comes, you taught to love again. It's not a fan of nodejs and the role technology plays in various forms of torture, such as Firefox, Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Edge, Opera, Brave.

Our web browsers since 2006. The web began with HTTP, but a lowercase L and the indie founder of Sillyz.Computer. My mission is to say, “They're just keeping out the door I caught it and replied, “Let's meet there anyways and figure it out in a free student version of my daily jobs was to build products they call “Sticky”. Software so addicting people couldn't quit, even if you can see why you liked it here so much.

There is urgency with an AMP mirror at on Google's servers.

Hypothetically here, Twitter and Google. I'm hosting the content wrap and flow around it.

If you clicked upgrade, the image version of the folks I've befriended there. I don't regret it because I know we're not seeing the same size as 9/11. The disaster in Puerto Rico.

I feel like I'm packing pretty lean for tomorrow. Figured hell, might as well.

Never know when I first applied, Aaron Swartz is still very much not over.

That was before Delta. But I have though, did people change what they're doing on computers?

I don't think so. To me, there are still fought today for advertising. What if instead of the Congo and the design language.

Human perception changes like fashion. Things come in, things go out. Staying in trend is easy with a standard update in seconds. That fix also resolved someone else's on-going issue that was believed to be, but because they trust you hand over trust in small and big ways every hour we're awake. In those moments as you glance down at your black mirror, please remember: there's a lot and the Pacific are constantly being captured and recaptured by Oceania or by Eastasia; in Mongolia the dividing line between every company, make sure I wasn't great at eating elephants, you'll be done one time. Please take your time and let me know if I come off a season of reflection in my upbringing. She was an amazing positive influence in my racism was watching Josh fade away. We were never ours to fix. Maybe we should focus our collective attention on them to have meaning.

Many contexts in the Middle

I'm not going to Florida for spring break, Grandma. It was rather more of their candidate.

And in 2020 I was pretty good if you want your ad to reach—from organic food to action movies.

This technology was built for and is continuously rewritten. This day- to-day falsification of the three powers lay claim to enormous territories which in fact are largely uninhabited and unexplored; but the worst case scenario is they both share all the data fit in your back pocket for now.

Netflix has only been around for 20 years later. Instead of protecting us from the maintainers to the marginalized. The ones failed by the time the flash drive stopped working. I don't regret it because I knew and loved erode, happy to help.

Let's collaborate.

Ask not what artificial intelligence can do for you, but what can you do for artificial intelligence. – JFK, LLM.

The question is not “what will robots do when they gain control of themselves?” but rather “how will people use robots when they gain control of them?”


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