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This is pMachine.

David Nunez
David Nunez
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Okay, this is pMachine.

You may notice a couple of weird things:

  1. There are a lot of wayward comments (i.e. comments that show up multiple times for the wrong post). This was an issue with the migration script between MT and pMachine. I’ll be combing over my archives a month per day for the next 12 or so days to check for errant comments and/or bizarre conversion artifacts.

  2. the old permalinks are still functional, but those just point to the static html pages that were generated by MT. I built a new css sheet for this iteration, so those old pages look ugly. Also, the comments don’t work on those pages…. This will be the next thing I fix; old permalinks will redirect to their current counterparts.

If you run into any weird problems, please let me know. Otherwise, I will be slowly completing the items on the [url=]to-do list[/url].


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Dir of Technology at the MIT Museum • Writing about emerging tech's impact on your life • Speculative insights on the intersection of humanity and technology 🤖


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