I love you, Dr. Zauis.
I love you, Dr. Zauis.
Yesterday I posted my game, Rassler, to the pro wrestling subreddit /r/SquaredCircle. They love it? It seems like they love it. I don’t know how to handle feedback this positive.
Amazon’s shipping robot has informed me that David Demchuk’s book, The Bone Mother, has shipped. I’m looking forward to it: Three neighboring villages on the Ukrainian/Romanian border are the final refuge for the last of the mythical creatures of Eastern Europe. Now, on the eve of the war that may eradicate their kind—and with the […]
Such classics as Bleedwood, Spiced Rope, Bull Cream, Dorky Brown, Drimple, and Dad. Many more at the link.
Creating music from text: Using natural language processing, TransProse reads in text and determines densities of eight different emotions (joy, sadness, anger, disgust, anticipation, surprise, trust, and fear) and two different states (positive or negative) throughout the novel. The musical piece chronologically follows the novel. It uses the emotion density data to determine the tempo, […]
So you want to potentially not use a laptop anymore, but you also want a computer that does all the same things as a laptop, in pretty much the same way. In which case, I think the computer you’re looking for is a laptop. Incredible burn on every tech journalist who has written this.
A very modern situation: Company does spin control without considering the ramifications, ends up screwing over the already victimized: A German email provider has closed the account of a hacker behind the new ransomware outbreak, meaning victims can’t get decryption keys. The exploit, unofficially named Petya, uses the same vector as WannaCry.
Like most web trends intended to increase “engagement” (nobody knows what this actually means), sticky bars are overused and poorly used. Kill ’em all with this bookmarklet.
Point at a spot on the globe, and hear their radio.
Dirge magazine: What I Like About Dungeon Synth is, primarily, the music and the wide range of emotions it encompasses; the bombast and the subtlety, the melancholy and the fury, the epic and the transient. It blends genres that are dear to my heart, from medieval airs to black metal malevolence, into something that is […]
My name is Phil Nelson and I make beautiful objects for a troubled world. I'm a designer / developer / writer / director / editor / narrator at Occipital.
Hey. What're you doing all the way down here? You get lost? Just looking around? Cool. I like you.