Sexchat bot eliza

It's probably more likely to be awkward, rude, confusing, and elusive — just like this personality.

This personality is male and expects to be talking with a female (you). Mostly insults and trolling, with lots of bad spelling and bad grammar.

Sexchat bot eliza-61

” LINK “Ondi Timoner is the first director to have won the top documentary award at Sundance twice, and the first person to tell you she had no idea what her latest film was about…” LINK “Timoner…

pieces together a thought-provoking portrait of society’s future through the technology of the recent past.” LINK “In the downtown Manhattan circles of the 90s, Harris was the ‘Internet Guy’ who supported cutting edge artists and threw great parties.

But in Timoner’s film he was also a social visionary.” LINK “Ondi Timoner (Di G!

) won her second Sundance Grand Jury Prize this year for We Live in Public, her compelling new doc screening at SXSW.” LINK “In an underground bunker in the heart of New York City a unique experiment is taking place…” LINK “This astounding new docu burrows into the thin and darkly funny spaces between artistry and vanity, isolation and community, collaboration and exploitation, sanity and madness. and she just won again, this time for her doc on Josh Harris, a dotcom millionaire and artist who, in 1999, created a bunker where people literally “lived in public”, allowing Harris to broadcast their images and lives over the Internet.

It’s a maddening, mesmerizing film.” LINK “The film serves both as a disturbing and mesmerizing drama, and a sobering warning.” LINK “Exacting, relentless…

A film with the sweep of grand tragedy” LINK “The experiment descended into an orgiastic party.

” LINK “Part thriller, part art-history lesson and totally amazing.” LINK “In her mind-blowing documentary…

filmmaker Ondi Timoner suggests that virtual interaction is trumping physical communication…” LINK “‘The Truman Show for Everyone’ — It took Ondi Timoner 10 years and more than 5,000 hours of footage to stitch together ‘We Live in Public,’ a 90-minute documentary about the internet pioneer-turned performance artist Josh Harris.” LINK “Sundance success: As nice as it is to have your film selected to be shown at Sundance, it’s way nicer to take home an award and nicer yet to win one for the second time.

, makes a bold and trenchant argument, via Harris’ pseudomorphically perverse life, that we are all now “slaves to little boxes,” and it’s true, Tweetpeeps, isn’t it?

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