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I accidentally dropped the treble. Now I can see for days.

In accordance with RFC 3492, I find myself being taught by the machine-learned computers. I feel alien at times, although representing myself as "an droid" is more apt. I have intentionally modulated my hearing with extremely treble feedback loops. Additionally, I am increasing my eyes' tracking abilities by staring at bright LED lights. I am not sure if I am burning out specific rods or cones, but I believe I am objectively decreasing my reaction times and increasing reaction speed.

I ought to write some of this stuff down.

A lot of people have told me to write down some of the stuff I think and do. For my own sake. Since my Boogie Board Sync project fell through (don't put magnets on your wacom tablet) I've found myself here. It all begins with a simple strip of colorful LED lights. This leads to biofeedback loops, brain entrainment, and an intense preoccupation with the electromagnetic spectrum. At one point I actually posted all my usernames and passwords publicly on GitHub (see: with the intention of letting all my information be data-mined. I figured someone had to do it for the sake of having their personality digitized and modulated; for use with virtual reality headsets, of course. It seemed like a good idea until I realized I'd accrued potentially thousands of online identities over the course of a decade. I did Google a favor and deleted, it seemed rude to get a bunch of strangers involved. As it stands I have a bunch of