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Packbat = a social justice trans gxrl looking for thoughtful musings and pretty art, sharing other people's stuff, and being mentally ill on main (446 words under the cut) Show more

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on what it means when someone lets you know that you messed up (quote, transphobia mention) Show more

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As with most philosophies, this can’t really be proven or disproven; there’s no sense trying to argue someone out of the opinion that Phil is an asshole for not acting the way famous people are supposed to act – or, crucially, for not acting the way *we* would act in his place. This is a popular argument because it’s an argument you can’t lose – no one can empirically prove whether Phil is or isn’t an asshole. What gets elided in this argument is the assumption that famous assholes – people who don’t act the way famous people are *supposed* to act – deserve to be *punished*.

- "This Is Phil Fish", Innuendo Studios,

(Content warnings on the full video for discussion of harassment, insults framed in terms of sexual assault, and bigotry.)

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on promising your account is safe for a marginalized group (364 words) Show more

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very quick and rough doodle comic about a hypnotically assisted cuddle session with a robot, with some themes of d/s and ropeworks present, with some minor implication of dubious consent practices Show more

We think of plants as stationary beings, but they're not. They just live on different timescales to animals like us.

All plants move, their leaves jostling amongst each other, trying to catch the optimal amount of light. But mostly, we don't notice.

Sometimes, I catch my plants moving when their leaves brush past each other. Usually after I adjust their lights, the fussy little things.

Been tinkering with my muscle insertion/origin diagram again.

It looks pretty cool without the bones and labels E:

insights on tolerance, long long, boosts + Show more

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this is showing the original words on the left, and the "sounded out" words from the model on the right. the model I trained going the other way (orthography to phoneme features) performs pretty close to published baselines for similar grapheme-to-phoneme models (phoneme error rate = ~7%, word error rate = ~30%), but there are comparatively fewer papers about phoneme-to-grapheme models, so I'm not sure if this is "good" or not

going back to the regular seq2seq networks, I'm trying to do some quantitative evaluation. the phoneme features to orthography model gets... ~60% of words wrong, and ~12% of letters wrong (working on samples a few thousand words from cmudict), but its guesses seem... reasonable? not sure how to talk about this

please make your markov bots use a content warning that denotes it as a markov bot, or other algorithmically generated content, thanks (boosts are okay, not about anyone in particular, a general plea)

I sent this picture of rock to my geologist friend and he fucking TOLD ME WHERE I HAD BEEN

cw: terfs, help out a good scottish org being harassed by them Show more

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This dude took thousands of pictures of the moon and created a 9000 pixel wide incredibly beautiful composite.

Hello everyone my name is Kevo , I am a glassblower from Connecticut. This is my first time on Mastodon. I haven't really even been on Twitter before. My friend @jgmac1106 is helping me build a website

I am getting tired of trying to figure out Instagram and sell through DMs and figure out their rules

Greg said his friend recommended this place for artists

commission for @datastains

the sun is always shining somewhere β˜€οΈ :trans_heart:

#furry #mastoartist