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There's a mirror of this website available through hashbase and synced over the dat protocol: https://rvk.hashbase.io/
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rvklein 7 months ago

I should alter the homepage to add mirror links at some point. I would like to ensure resiliency of all the data on my site into perpetuity. In the hopes that my artistic works are safely archived for future internet historians as well.

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rvklein 6 months ago

There is at least a copy of the current site as is [2019-07-29] here: https://web.archive.org/web/20190428220959/https%3A%2F%2Frvklein.me%2F

As always, thanks for following! I can't promise much in the near future but I still have dreams of what can be done with the content I already have.
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Thanks for the follow there. Interesting how the button styles show up differently in the preview versus in my browser.
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Congratulations! You've been JAUP'd! Your site is now listed here: https://www.geocities.ws/jaup/jaup.htm If you wish you may display any of these buttons with a link back to JAUP on your site! https://www.geocities.ws/jaup/sym.htm
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googol 7 months ago

Well deserved!

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rvklein 7 months ago

Thanks. Cool.

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Thanks for the follow, there.
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geouniversal 7 months ago

your page is sick!

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rvklein 7 months ago

Thanks. I appreciate it.

geouniversal 7 months ago

i'm really into your ideogramma icon collection. it's so nice

rvklein 7 months ago

geouniversal: I'm flattered. Each icon took a while. Some of the visual metaphors are my own creations, some are quite standard, and some are even based off of program icons (like tools/commands you would find in inkscape, blender, or a bitmap image manipulation app).

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rvklein 7 months ago

I also studied the book "Dictionary of Symbols" by Carl G Liungman quite extensively, as it has many interesting visual metaphors which are not seen or used in modern times or in unicode at all.

geouniversal 6 months ago

I don't think I've seen a bandaid in the same set as a snap to midpoint icon. so much diversity but still feels like every piece belongs

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