Not long ago, I happened to come across a very cheap and heavily used CO2 Laser Cutting Machine, made by Full Spectrum Inc. About 1K USD, including curbside delivery from across the continent. I also bought the traditional water chiller, air compressor, exhaust manifolds, etc:
The junk seller promised an intact tube, and indeed there was:
After the sale of my Urbit ‘dukedom’, several readers have written to me, asking ‘why.’ The following was my reply to one such letter, from a fellow who suggested implementing a proper hardware foundation for Nock (Urbit’s computational base.)
Here was my own Nock.
But notice that I made no attempt to implement a Nock [...]
The following is a conversation I recently had with an alert and inquisitive reader. It has been redacted for brevity; handles/names/irrelevant things have been removed. Some text has been turned into links to relevant material.
Anyone still reading this page for reasons related to its original purpose is encouraged to read this; it may help to [...]
Urbit “dukedom”  no. 24, “DYS”, belonging to yours truly, is hereby for sale!
Sold! Please enjoy your purchase, Mr. Gogulski!
Price: 4.5 BTC, payable to 15pWcAqagHf2EeFjapjWt4EhYWgL5fne7s. Sale ends on Dec. 31.
Anyone seriously interested should contact Curtis Yarvin, the author of Urbit, to broker the sale.
Alternatively: I’ve written a PGP-signed declaration of the sale.  You can simply send [...]