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About meI'm citizen of the Internet, who lives on the Web and within the realms of the digital. I'm a cyberpunk, a librarian, a historian, a writer, a musician, and a creator.

Basically, I get bored and start doing things to stop that.

About my libraryMy library, as I scan it here, no longer exists. I'm starting to phase out many of my physical things because, quite frankly, I have too many physical things. While I'm keeping some books, many of them will be catalogued here in case I need them later on. After all, I'm a librarian, I can get books if needed.

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