With the help of a calculator panda, the business unicorn breaks her silence.
Alex and Kathy talked in December about Twitter. Hindsight sure is an interesting thing. They also celebrate no San Francisco Murder Bots, mourn the loss of the Mars Rover, and look forward to what might come next for the social Internet.
Kathy and Alex share their squishy thoughts about the viral sensation of AI avatars, independent art, open-source software, and the late great turtles.
Alex and Kathy discuss broken fingers, folding, and a fictosexual man in love with a hologram.
Alex and Kathy might want robots to have rights and bodily autonomy, but it would be nice if humans had it as well.
Alex and Kathy are convinced robots aren't coming to take our jobs...but they SHOULD be.
Alex and Kathy discuss the likely overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the necessary access to the technology for safe abortions.
Webster's dictionary defines "muskrat" as "an aquatic rodent of the U.S. and Canada with a long scaly laterally compressed tail, webbed hind feet, dark glossy brown fur and Twitter's supreme agent of chaos.
Alex and Kathy go on Display.
Alex and Kathy discuss why the TikTok bots continue to be in the midst of a period panic.