brief talk of Natalie Nguyen 

@noelle 🌐 [Frisk] she visited our place a couple of times, and doodled mathematical doodles on the paper we'd had stapled up at the time. it was before my time with our system but... *sighs and can't say more*

🔴 [Chara] it's all right, Frisk. there's not much to say. *bows head* I wish I could better remember her voice.

@LunaDragofelis Natalie was an early Mastodon user who died in late 2017.

GNU is from Discworld:

"In Terry Pratchett’s 2004 novel Going Postal, a man named Robert Dearheart invents a network of semaphore towers known as the Clacks. When his son John dies while working on a Clacks tower, Robert resolves to keep his memory alive by transmitting his name perpetually through the network as a special operational signal:

GNU John Dearheart

G: Send the message onto the next Clacks Tower.

N: Do not log the message.

U: At the end of the line, return the message.

This ensures that the Clacks will transmit John’s name forever, and 'A man is not dead while his name is still spoken.'"

@noelle Thanks for taking the time to explain that to me. I appreciate it.

GNU Natalie Nguyen.

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