Kicks Condor

#hypertext
THE WEB IN ALL ITS FORMS

Yeah, so, this is the primary tag that I use throughout this site. Anything tagged ‘hypertext’ refers to the Web: unique personal blogs and home pages and wikis, where modern hypertext is going, surviving the Internet and searching or organizing or creating hypertext. (The other primary tags are: garage and elementary.

Common tags beneath this one are:

  • linking: Discussion about mere ‘linking’ - that direct linking suffices for ‘liking’/‘friending’/‘upvoting’, that Google has hindered it with its heuristic, and that I like TO DO IT.

  • catalog: How to catalog links and hypertext for yourself and others. Lots of discussion about link directories and wikis.

  • chain: Managing chains of links and conversations through hypertext.

07 Apr 2020

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02 Apr 2020

Reply: Server Sent Events

Jacky Alciné

Why don’t more people / projects take advantage of things like EventSource / Server Sent Events instead of rushing for things like WebSockets, PubNub et al? It’s already there!

Because there are acres of web standards. I’m glad you brought this one up tho! Definitely using this.

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  1. kicks, I sent you an email asking if you'd like a password to access the wiki. I can send you a self-destructing link over email.

    - chameleon

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Reply to alicianeptune

Don’t worry - there’s a limit on the page so that if it gets shared more than three times, it’ll zoom too far out for people to read. 👍

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30 Mar 2020

Reply: Is There a Feedburner Alternative?

Ton Zijlstra

In the past days both Heinz and Ric alerted me that my RSS feeds wasn’t reachable for them. My log files quickly showed what was happening, Netnewswire, FeedBin and TinyTinyRSS were blocked by my hoster as ‘bad bots’ whenever they tried to reach my RSS feed.

This has got to be a bug or misclassification. I cannot conceive why a FEED would block a FEED READER?? 🤣

  1. Yes, it doesn’t make much sense. It’s only for specific feed readers though, based on the user agent that is set. I had it once before because the feedreader in question used the no longer existing Google Reader as user agent. Same seems to be true for why NetNewsWire is getting blocked. Others might have gotten blogged for the frequency with which it calls the feed URL.

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Mackerelmedia Fish

Experience the adrenaline rush of downloading and installing it as many times as you like!

Holy hell - Nathalie Lawhead is at it again. Expanding her ‘Mackerelmedia’ joke from Electric Zine Maker into its own thing. Gotta say - it’s crazy the mileage this one gets out of potatoes and fish.

I’m simply obligated to link this - because it glimmers with the true affection and pity that any reader of this blog must have for the Whirled Whipped Web.

YOU TRAVEL DEEPER INTO THE DARKER PART OF THE FEED. AS YOU REACH FOR A PIECE OF INFORMATION THAT SEEMS TO LOOK PROMISING PART OF THE FEED THAT YOU ARE STANDING ON GIVES OUT.

YOU FALL FAR, PAST WHAT SEEMS TO BE DOZENS OF RSS ENTRIES DESCRIBING HOW FISH WENT MISSING. PORTIONS OF COMMUNITY COMMENTS BEMOANING THE SUDDEN DISAPPEARANCE OF FISH, AND SOME SPECULATION AS TO WHERE THE FISH WENT…ALL ZOOM BY. YOU FINALLY HIT THE GROUND. THE FLOOR IS STABLE HERE, UNFORTUNATELY IT’S JUST AS DARK. YOU CAN BARELY SEE ANYTHING.

YOU DID LEARN A LOT FROM THE FALL: FISH WAS ONCE LOVED. ONE DAY FISH DISAPPEARED AND NOBODY KNOWS WHERE IT WENT. THERE ARE SPECULATIONS THAT YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO FIND FISH IF YOU LOOK IN THE RIGHT PLACES…TRACES OF WHERE FISH MAY HAVE GONE HOVER AHEAD, IN THE DARKEST PART OF THE FEED. IT’S FEARFULLY DARK THERE. IT SEEMS VERY UNSAFE.

There are also dozens of strange Apache error pages and HTML fake outs. I couldn’t help but feel that browsers have crippled Nathalie tho - what if she had the full palette of crazy popup windows and window resizing tricks of the past??

THE ‘GO BACK…’ LINK FALLS TO THE FLOOR. IT WILL SERVE AS A FINE MORSEL FOR THE VIRTUAL VERMIN. SUCH IS THE BITTER SWEET LIFECYCLE OF A WEBSITE.

Related: an actual Mackerel Media Digital Marketing. 🤣

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Reply to marclar

Michael Kane

@pketh @kickscondor just saw kinopio and slaptrash - great stuff; they remind me of when the web was cooool

Oh I think the Web is even cooler now, Michael - as much of the culture warring has mostly moved from the ‘blogophere’ to the social networks. The other aspect is that browsers and tooling has matured. Other great projects are @beakerbrowser and @glitch. Good to meet you!

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28 Mar 2020

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Toby Shorin

New Single: Premonition

This essay addresses the looming question: what is about to happen to culture?

Feels like rebooting of the ‘essay’ form by baking it with stuffed crust or something. Interleaving of guest spots is a dope approach. Nice one!

  1. strange and charming compliments with a baked goods metaphor: ✅

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27 Mar 2020

Kalil Haddad

Just a basic desktop site with farm_boy.jpeg and such.

I mentioned to syxanash earlier that I hadn’t run across any computer desktop-inspired web sites lately - and then this one happened to turn up today.[1] (And BTW - syxanash was showing the Denzel Curry site - also amazing. Smoking Clippy and the trippy Windows XP phantasms.)

Kalil’s site is very simple, but it feels inviting the moment you hit it. I don’t know about you, but I think the desktop metaphor evokes this feeling of comfort. Feels like his website is my personal desktop. Or that I’ve logged onto someone else’s and it gets me curious about what’s in the folders.

Anyway, I think this is a new minimalism for this form of website. No boot screens or draggable windows. But still has the icons in disarray. And the file extensions. That’s good enough.


  1. Incidentally, I know I’ve already linked to simone.computer quite a lot, but this new page is such a solid collection - and is just a kickass layout. I have to pass it on. ↩︎

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Reply: Pikseladam

tuna

This post is using gatsby and react markdown formatter to create / display pages.
I also use tailwindcss to design my first blog. This is a good shit here. Next thing will be webmentions!!!

Heya - don’t have much to say. Just wanted to hit your mentions and see if they work. It was very good to meet you today. I actually just saw the po.ta.to link you shared. Keep it up.

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Sendinganemail

Glorious sticker art and pixel recreations of real estate listings - by Bianca Hockensmith.

Discovered this site today on the Fraidycat Funtime stream[1]. I was looking through special.fish and found Bianca. In a way, this sticker art (the ‘past.present.with.stickers’ collection) feels extremely covid-19 to me, because it’s like a layer removed from reality. Actually it reminds me of kids putting stickers on a glass door - or yeah kids also do it with sticky semitranslucent slime-type shapes - and so it transforms these outdoor images into indoor images. A pleasantly trapped sensation - do you know what I mean?

The meandering essays on pop culture and animal observations - they feel reminiscent of Unimaginable Heights, such as this one on ‘yellow shows’:

There are some TV Shows that I consider to be yellow shows. Yellow shows aren’t necessarily yellow in color but they are definitely yellow in feeling and spirit. For example, Sabrina the Teenage Witch is a yellow show. Actually most shows that star Melissa Joan Hart are yellow shows even though she really doesn’t seem like an overly yellow person.

Yellow shows are all very mindless and watchable. They are upbeat, use non-funny humor, and are non-offensive.

The expression ‘non-funny humor’ is for keeps.

She goes on to explain how ‘yellow’ television could be generated by neural networks.

The hosts don’t always have to be human either. The host can be generated according to what the viewer finds the most soothing or most horrible. For example, I would choose a house cat to host a show like House Hunters. I could choose the location of the hunt which could be based on an actual place or an invented environment. If I want to look at homes near the fracking trash water in Denton, TX, hosted by Donna Dresch, I can submit that info into the program. Because the results would be so terrifying, I’m beginning to think that these wouldn’t necessarily be yellow shows. More like yellow with red stripes shows. Forget everything I’ve ever said.

This is amazing! I could have myself be the host as well as the guests. Me helping me build a condo in the Dakota plains. I would have to be patient with myself through that arduous fireplace selection phase. And Sherlock could show up and the character Deuces from the book Clone Codes.

There is also a page of Microsoft Excel art. She also offers to send an mp3 to anyone who emails her. Seems like a great way to stock up on free mp3s.

In a way, this site feels like an ad-hoc wiki. I like the concept. Throw HTML files in some frames and you can just begin to build a collection from there. (Although the frames are divs - you could do this whole site as a single page. I like that it is PHP, however - which stirs up fond feelings of the late 2000s.)


  1. I enjoyed meeting 0xadada and syxanash and tuna and H0P3 my old friend. Thankyou for sharing your links and hanging out listlessly for a bit. ↩︎

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26 Mar 2020

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17 Mar 2020

@h0p3: i live to please unreasonable digital assholes! now if everyone will face their digital assholes this direction, i can mention a few things.

The thing you’re calling ‘multifeeds’ is what I’ve been calling ‘bundles’ - see issue #21. I think I like your term there, brother.

Your import/exporting/sharing shit is on point. I’ll get there, I will. If I don’t, then don’t bring this promise up ever again.

Re: Opera. I use Vivaldi, so I’m not far from you.

Re: full browser. You’re dead on. This is why I’m hoping Beaker v2 comes together. Then this could just be an app for Beaker. (It originally was.) But yeah, the desktop apps are basically that.[1]

‘New Tag Start Page’?? Explain.

Re: tabs. Good points, no response. I owe you a gummi beer.

Re: media feeds. This is my #1 right now. I’m pouring time into a richer design. Without going overboard. (Wrench t-shirt to squeeze out a bucket of sweat.)

You’ll always be my madman of choice.


  1. Interesting that you’re saying that now, given that you originally really wanted self-hosted, no? I get so many requests for that - but I still don’t get it. (I mean I get it - but not reeeeally.) ↩︎

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Reply to valstals

oh you will always be one of the great web explorers of your time. everyone who reads your plea knows this bc of the unprecedented journey one must undertake to live their life such that they can discover you, tv.

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Reply to valstals

yeah for sure. feels like politics - i don’t know how all these people know the answers. i am like totally lost day-to-day. once again, i am the pinball, they are the machine.

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Reply to Nikaot0

Nika

I started using Fraidycat (and I love it already), but I’m confused about one thing: How often do “Real-time” items get updated? How about “Frequent”? I think adding the update intervals next to the settings would benefit the app greatly! I’d rather conserve my bandwidth for most news sites since I’m only checking them once a day. Thanks in advance. Also, should I directly submit an issue next time a question comes up?

It’s basically: ‘real-time’ is every few minutes, ‘rarely’ once a day. I am working on bandwidth - should be minimal for RSS feeds, more intense for Twitter or Instagram. Still, even once an hour for most things is minimal.

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Reply: TiddlyWiki on the Go

Chris Aldrich

I’ve been having some issues in self-hosting a TiddlyWiki the way I’d like to. If anyone has any clear cut documentation on how to host a TiddlyWiki on one’s own domain name, I’d appreciate it.

Calling @sphygmus…

(This is a much better question for @sphygmus, who seems to have a dope Webmention setup for her TiddlyWiki.)

I’ve been keeping my TiddlyWiki on Dropbox. I know this isn’t very Indieweb anointed - but it can be! Just name the wiki index.html and then:

  • Use ‘in the sky’ to edit on mobile or Chromebooks.
  • On a full PC, sync Dropbox locally and use TiddlyWiki directly from there.
  • On the server, you can sync just your TiddlyWiki folder.

Or you can make the folder public on Dropbox and - I don’t know - put a CDN in front of it or mirror it somehow. Hopefully someone can pitch in better ideas than mine - just thought this could get the ideas going.

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13 Mar 2020

Reply to pgoat

I would like puzzles showing a variety of empty toilet paper aisles which have been ransacked around the world

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12 Mar 2020

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11 Mar 2020

Reply to GofundJUSTme

I try to read the sites I find as deep as I can. Usually one thing links to another. I also tend toward Pinboard and Are.na rather than search engines. I’m still figuring this out too. I really want to encourage you - bc not many people seem to be up to this.

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Reply to jordankanarek

You can DM me - or are you wondering if there is a Fraidycat IRC or something?

I don’t use chat, so I don’t really know.

Hello tho. Good to meet you, Jordan.

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09 Mar 2020

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Reply to GofundJUSTme

gofundJUSTme

i’m still trying to figure out how to find quality, recent, updated content on the internet due to the state of search engines but one day i’ll get there and throw you something

I dunno, you found jimbo.net and aguastermales.com - keep it up.

Also: no worries about quality or recency. The opposite is a-ok.

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06 Mar 2020

I really appreciate everyone not spamming me with their personal links - except that, no, I want them. I already say this all the time duh. A really good hrefhunt is coming up and I want you to be in it. -

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atob.xyz

Interesting imageboard with colornyms and nonsensical features.

Don’t mind me, going down an imageboard corridor over here - perhaps this is what will shake you off my tail once and for all. Just splay your hands over your eyes and fall forward. We’ll - not catch you - but you’ll go somewhere at least. (No, don’t close your eyes. Just fuzz them a bit.)

You see those color bars? This is the user directory. You can honestly look—there’s no bad words. See, reminds you of special dot fish, yeah? RELEVANT. There, we can go home now.

I do understand why the above ground world hates anonymity so much. And I don’t have a defense. It’s just fun to be someone else. Or nobody at all. Or just a color strip. But I don’t know what you’re going to find in atob - so splay your hands, child.

This is a very fun, inviting design tho, right? I wonder how the archives work. Oh, wait, I can look at the source code. It seems like once a page has 10 upvotes and 50 more replies than it has downvotes(?) then it goes there.[1]

Had never heard of hubski before - it’s mentioned in the liner notes.

I believe I discovered it from THIS monumental directory of tiny imageboards. Fuzz your eyes.[2]


  1. Looking here. ↩︎

  2. You promised to deny any knowledge of this blog already. Come on. You forgot already?? ↩︎

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05 Mar 2020

Reply: Nice Site

I don’t have anything to say about Dune. But I just wanted to say that I spent time catching up on blogs today and noticed your redesign. It looks great around here! How every post looks like an index card with the colored tags and stuff on the right hand side. But the whole thing has come together nicely.

That’s all!

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04 Mar 2020

Reply to dadapotok

Hey there. Do you have a website? You should collect your drawings somewhere. Love the guy reading with candles. I like your green and black avatar. I like that your name is two dashes.

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special.fish

Let’s see what you think about this big pile of colorful squares.

I think we can all agree that this is where we should be headed. I try not to say should - this is the one time. A big directory of people. I’m a big directory freak. But it hadn’t even occured to me to make a social network that is just a directory. Special fish.

I should probably just let you go explore. There is a way to make the site play music that I saw on Twitter a few weeks ago, but I can’t be bothered to look it up right now.

Here are some leads:

These are only the beginning - this reminds me of the tilde resurgence some years back, but more among the art crowd than the technology one.

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Okay, Shut Up About Me Now

A strategy guide for all you hipsters who found me in 2015.

My hypertext is in the shape of a small personal blog from 2015. My hypertext is totally irrelevant in the cultural landscape. I talk to chameleon and I talk to Jack and Tals Vals. I try not to post sometimes. Yes, I have been working on one of the most important software projects of early March 2020. But I also call it in and stick with simply reposting some of the health updates I find and like from YouTube.

I often post bad content, such as this editorial, which frustrates its fans and discourages them from sharing the www.kickscondor.com link. In fact, the whole point of today’s message is that you should not be sharing or talking about this hypertext blog with your friends.

Let’s find out if any of you can take note. This isn’t a reverse psychology message. This isn’t irony or anything. And not that I don’t appreciate when you’ve brought in new people to look around a bit. But the doors are closed. It’s time to stop talking about Kicks Condor and it would be best if you denied ANY KNOWLEDGE OF THIS BLOG at this time.

If you are reading this and you know about this site, all I can say is that you are extremely lucky, as you are probably the last one to find out.

Things are at a good point right now where I can find small websites and pass them up the chain. I’ve got Andy Baio looking in now and then. Seems like I’ve got Warren Ellis from showbiz. I worked hard to score these big guys. Pretty nice, pretty damn decent. Everyone who I want to have reading is now reading. It’s perfect right now.[1]

But now let me explain with some of the problems I’m facing that you are all causing.

  • You are ruining me. If this blog turns into some hip, exclusive thing, then people will think that Kicks Condor is a sweet brand or something. No - when I quit blogging I want to give up kickscondor.com so that no one will go near it after that.[2]
  • Recognition is like poison. All of this will turn into worthless popular shit and you will regret ever having liked me. And I will be trapped in here, pretending to be twenty-one and scrambling to “give back” to my community. I will be paying the price of it. But YOU. You will have done this to me! Does anything even happen to YOU?
  • You will think you’ve moved on and that your life is better now that you’ve put me behind you. But how could it be better? You gave up on Kicks Condor, the one person who could really help you find quality Neocities sites! Your life will not be bad per se, but you will feel off kilter for sure.
  • You are bringing bad actors to my door. People are now coming in droves to take what I have. I get e-mails from people who say, “Show me what you are doing to find success?” They want to see my deepest thoughts and impressions naked on the printed page. Others harshly defile my name on imageboards. I just had a bad experience on ratwires.space recently where a guy said he would kill me and I just had to observe it all happen dispassionately. So now I’m checking msgbored.cf, just waiting for the next attack.
  • I’ve even been threatened with a lawsuit. A celebrity figure has been sending the dogs after me for stealing the KICKS CONDOR name, the chair avatar and my very idealism for the World Wide Web![3]
  • People are not going to like me linking to them if I just send them a bunch of link cowboys. Imagine if this just turns into a bunch of YouTubers going to your links and making faces about it? In a way, that’d be pretty nice, pretty damn decent. But it’s actually a terrible thing for future generations.

I got a really nice e-mail from Justus Grunow a few days ago. But I’m not going to destroy his life by linking to him all the time! He has published GIFs of his close friends and associates on that web site. What would it do to him if those GIFs were suddenly taken over by link cowboys and used as dogwhistles for global coffee thieves?

It would absolutely destroy him. I can safely link to him ten more times here in the dense matter of my hypertext. But the eleventh time will destroy him.[4]

I know I talk a lot about “Let Me Link to You”. But sometimes things get evil. What if Google had realized, on the day they became evil, that they needed to say something to all of us, to let us know? How easy would it have been for them to post a message, explaining that they’d become evil, that we should stop, that we should go away and never return. I think we could have recovered the Earth!

I am not evil yet, I promise you! But I am certainly ALMOST THERE. It’s around the corner. Maybe the 8th. And all you have to do is shut up. Can you do that?

You can share this blog with your enemies however. And, of course, if you are a CIA operative, and sharing this is part of your current assignment, I get that.

Now, let’s all try to calm down and forget about this. Forget about this message, forget about me, forget that I spent so long talking about myself, and most important of all: deny ANY KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE OF THIS BLOG, even if you are tortured or held at gun point. If you think about it, this kind of secrecy will make you much more of an insane hipster than you already have been during the last five years that you have ardently followed this blog.

Okay, I think we can safely say this is the nail in the coffin for this blog.


  1. Except that I do want Olia Lialina to be reading along, humming along, and I would love it if she was really stalking me, but I can e-mail her about doing that later. ↩︎

  2. Part of it is a respect thing. Like you wouldn’t just go get in someone’s body and use it around town after they die. ↩︎

  3. And I have no defense. I did rip all of these things off. And if no one would have said anything, I would have gotten away with it. But now I have to watch it all be snuffed out in painstaking slow-motion. (Meaning: the lawsuit. It seems to be happening at a slower time scale than all of the other things happening out there. A supernatural force is interfering to make my agonizing defeat play out in extreme slowness. I’m not saying it’s God. But it could be God’s nephew or someone in a lower station who isn’t being supervised or responsibly mentored.) ↩︎

  4. Can someone out there put a reminder on their phone to check if I have blogged about Justus an eleventh time? In case I forget. ↩︎

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26 Feb 2020

Reply to nayafia

Well and feels like we’re oblivious to the complex roles we’re just slamming the ‘content creator’ label on. Essayists, shitposters, quote makers, folks who do analysis - but more complex communities also have reposters, voters who camp on /new, tag wranglers. Key non-writers.

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Reply to waxpancake

Yiii, this is rather scary. But I’m very glad for your nice spotlights, Andy. I’m perfectly content to just read Waxy. When that spotlight swings over here, I only wish I had bottoms on. Sorry just a baseball jersey.

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PLUNDER THE ARCHIVES

This page is also at kickscofbk2xcp5g.onion and on dat://.

MOVING ALONG LET'S SEE MY FAVORITE PLACES I NO LONGER LINK TO ANYTHING THATS VERY FAMOUS

jack and tals vals, hipster bait analysts.

hypertext 2020 pals: h0p3 level 99 wikiist + ᛝ ᛝ ᛝ — lucid highly classified scribbles + consummate waifuist chameleon.

nathalie lawhead of so many good things, where does one begin. T, U, I.

waxy is back at it!

surfpals: nadia eghbal, subpixel.space (toby), things by j, gyford, also joe jenett (of linkport), brad enslen (of indieseek), 'web curios' at imperica.

fond friends: jacky.wtf, fogknife, eli, tiv.today, j.greg, box vox, whimsy.space, caesar naples.

indieweb: .xyz, c.rwr, boffosocko.

nostalgia: geocities.institute, bad cmd, ~jonbell.

true hackers: ccc.de, fffff.at, voja antonić, cnlohr, esoteric.codes.

chips: zeptobars, scargill, 41j.

neil c. "some..."

the world or cate le bon you pick.

all my other links are now at href.cool.