Figure 10 schematically illustrates the French criticism of the bourgeois State
Figure 8 is a perspective view of the first conditions for emancipation
Figure 3 schematically illustrates a certain stage in the development
Years ago I made this text generator that transformed the Communist Manifesto into a patent application: "Figure 1 is an isometric view of the progressive historical development of the proletariat", and so on. Out of curiosity I ran some of the text through dalle - it's pretty much nonsense but sort of fun:
On real deepfakes, fake deepfakes, cameo, and my new project "APD Decruitment":
this is such a useful website for understanding the command line!
Here's a write-up about using Videogrep as a Python module, and integrating it with spaCy to do stuff like pattern matching: https://lav.io/notes/videogrep-and-spacy/
integrating spacy pattern matching into videogrep to search for things like "adjective+noun" combos... https://github.com/antiboredom/videogrep/blob/master/examples/pattern_matcher.py
Love living in the Tim Hortons surveillance regime! https://www.priv.gc.ca/en/opc-news/news-and-announcements/2022/nr-c_220601/
Screenshot dump! May, 2022: https://lav.io/notes/screenshot-dump-may-2022/
thoughts, prayers, etc: https://lav.io/notes/what-presidents-say-after-shootings/
I've also included a few examples of using videogrep from within python, like this script which makes supercuts from youtube searches: https://github.com/antiboredom/videogrep/blob/master/examples/auto_youtube.py
Also I'm going to start blogging?!
Videogrep 2.0 is out!
Here's a tutorial about how you can use it to automatically make supercuts on the command line: https://lav.io/notes/videogrep-tutorial/
This is a hometown instance run by Sam and Ingrid, for some friends.