I'm Austin Lanari. I miss the internet from when I was a kid.
(NEW: Head to the new blog page which syndicates my posts on the Pleroma feed that runs on my Raspberry Pi)
While some of it is nostalgia, a good portion of what I miss is driven by a desire to be more intentional about the way we interact with the web and the way we interact with each other through it.
As this site evolves, I'll keep track of the things I do on the changelog page.
Below, you'll find links to my latest longer-form content outside of the micro-blogosphere of mastodon
By building layers of empty myths and empty altruisms on top of an economically and politically broken cartooning culture, the New York Times is performing the intellectual equivalent of "Bam! Biff! Pow! Comics aren't for kids anymore!"
There are many sides to consider when we talk about Graham's contributions vs his behavior
Kyle's characters here will take time to become mytho-anthropologists of their strange world for the reader's benefit.
Surely I should be focused on "unpacking the work" or some such pretentiousness. That made it hard to write about What is Left because I knew I couldn't help but start by expressing how, quite simply, I am in awe of the book.
A story about catharsis and poorly-made costumes.
I've got a few websites (mainly this one and my comic crit site ), but neither is really a center of operation for me. Previously, I've…
I'm sort of in-between projects at the moment, with one major project I'm not suuuuper at liberty to talk about yet (it's my first rather…
I'm currently writing this post in Emacs. Emacs . As a matter of fact, I just accidentally opened an error window while typing this because…
Hey hi, I'm Austin Lanari. By day I'm a full stack developer for mobile. What does "full stack" mean in this case, you ask? It means I do…