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Both of these get the @oldschool Seal of Approval!(y) (y)
One day Fungi are going to overtake this world when we are all gone. They are scary especially the part that they can communicate and grow beneath the surface.



Unreal Engine is doing some insane stuff with MetaHuman - Real-Time Facial Model Animation
 
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The Internet Archive has been scanning millions of print books that they own, and loaning them out to anyone around the world, for free. Other libraries like the Boston Public Library are using the same process to make digital books too.

This is happening because major publishers offer no option for libraries to permanently purchase digital books and carry out their traditional role of preservation.

Instead, libraries are forced to pay high licensing fees to “rent” books from big tech vendors that regard patron privacy as a premium feature and are vulnerable to censorship from book banners. Under this regime, publishers act as malicious gatekeepers, preventing the free flow of information and undermining libraries’ ability to serve their patrons.

But it looks bad if publishers sue the Boston Public Library. So instead, they’ve launched an attack on a groundbreaking nonprofit, including a lawsuit with clear repercussions for every library in the US. On March 24, 2023, a lower court judge issued a ruling that stated the profits of big media companies are more important than the right of libraries to preserve our history and ensure it’s available to the world.

And the Internet Archive announced that they will appeal and keep fighting for the digital rights of libraries.
 

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