I had a dream last night where I was trying to navigate some very complicated interface that was based on the game "Baba is you".
Which is weird, because I've never played "Baba is you", or even seen a video of it being played. I did read a review of it once, and I guess it stuck with me way more than I would have thought?
Saw a guy on the street today wearing a reflective visor that looked like Johnny Mnemonic when he's uploading data into his brain. Is the 90s #cyberpunk look coming back? We can only hope.
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I think the best implementation of social media privacy I’ve seen was, believe it or not, Google+. The idea of “circles” let you finely tune who should see what, all the way up to making it public.
It failed, and I’m not sorry that Google isn’t controlling our social interactions, but I wish someone would re-implement circles.
I didn't get any nibbles on my "late 19th century commercial art" request. Other than Masto, where should I be looking for artists to commission? This is the only place I've ever commissioned anything.
Are there any artists on here who could do a plausible impression of late 19th century commercial #art? I have in mind something like this:
Looking to commission a piece as a gift. Ideally would be on paper, not just digital (although a nice print would be fine).
Tagging @Curator in case you know of anyone.
A TV show I’m watching just introduced Scott Bakula as “star of NCIS and Star Trek: Enterprise”, and that made me sad.
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Proud geek. I love games in all their forms, but I'm not a "gamer" in the obnoxious sexist sense. Cyberpunk fan since William Gibson.
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