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Summary: Gemini is aging nicely; today we publish a short video to demonstrate how Gemini can be used to do all sorts of things on a daily basis

THE Web has a growing number of problems. We habitually put citations in our Daily Links with some of the latest examples of such problems.

If you're new to Gemini, start here. We have a Web proxy, too.

"Gemini is not a protest against the Web. It's just a noise-free alternative to it. For many use cases Gemini is perfectly fine and sufficient."This past spring we started including many Gemini links in IRC and then in Daily Links. We want to help cultivate Geminispace, which grows each year if not every month since its inception 3 years ago. To keep up with the growing number of capsules we've created and now maintain our own 'Planet Gemini' (aggregator of aggregators for the most part; that helps reduce strain on capsules by reusing lists). "All in one" page exists as well (for the past 2-3 days alone, sorted suitably for easier digestion, sans duplicates and very old stuff) and this is what most of the video above illustrates. There are pictures, there are games and daily riddles, there are discussions and so on. It's not as boring and primitive as it may seem from the command line; the client demonstrated above is Lagrange, which we introduced more than a year ago and have occasionally revisited since then.

Gemini is not a protest against the Web. It's just a noise-free alternative to it. For many use cases Gemini is perfectly fine and sufficient.

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