Gaze of the Abyss [Electron Dance]
‘And to be clear, Gaze of the Abyss isn’t about keeping “art” and “gameyness” separate but how artistic ambitions can be undermined by squeezing them into a set of cheap, one-size-fits-all game clothes.’
“Could decentralizing online life make it more compatible with human life?” / www
Can’t never read/learn enough about Blade Runner & its music, right?
Nerdwriter1 on “Listening to Blade Runner” (Youtube / 8″05)
by Gabriella Coleman
Programmer, artist, and maker-of-wonderful-esoterica Andi McClure shares insights on games, woodland creatures, and collaborating with Corrypt developer Michael Brough.
“Today is the 10th anniversary of the development of my game LOVE, and I think it’s time to tell the story behind it.”
AirChat is a zero-dependency* P2P CLI chat tool that (ab)uses the AirDrop interface to allow chatting across WiFi networks (or no WiFi network).
“Matrix is an open standard for decentralised communication, providing simple HTTP APIs and open source reference implementations for securely distributing and persisting JSON over an open federation of servers.”
Books related to the Atari line of computers, including the Atari 400, 800, ST, XL and XE. Subjects covered include software, hardware, programming, design, and copy protection.
This is a list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally.
“Book lovers and collectors feared becoming a victim of the pseudo-illness.”
How game design practice is shaped by business, technology and culture
“The easiest way to setup a Raspberry Pi” / Half MIT Scratch, half configuration utility
“The Unix-Haters Handbook is a semi-humorous edited compilation of messages to the Unix-Haters mailing list. The book was edited by Simson Garfinkel, Daniel Weise and Steven Strassmann and published in 1994.” (wikipedia.)
// This was a(nother) huge waste of time, better automate it next time, or never do it again.