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  • Information Wants Psychosis Saturday Music

    Information Wants Psychosis Saturday Music

    Information Society: 1988 Kapital, by Laibach: 1992 Neural Transmission, by Plastic Noise Experience: 1995 Sequencer, by Covenant: 1996 Don't Be Afraid v1.3, by Information Society: 1997 Dreams of a Cryotank, by Covenant: 1997 _hello World, by Information Society: 2014 Stillbirth, by Oneiroid Psychosis: 1995Read More »
  • Chaosium's "System Reference Document"

    Chaosium's "System Reference Document"

    Announcing the Basic Roleplaying System Reference Document and Open Game License 4 months or more since announcement; for old Chaosium that would have been super fast, for "Moon Design sans Greg Stafford now doing business as the walking corpse of Chaosium" we don't know, they haven't shipped anything on a schedule before. So, it's 23 … Continue reading "Chaosium's "System Reference Document""Read More »
  • Ghosts V-VI

    Ghosts V-VI

    Nine Inch Nails: Ghosts V-VI WEIRD TIMES INDEED… AS THE NEWS SEEMS TO TURN EVER MORE GRIM BY THE HOUR, WE’VE FOUND OURSELVES VACILLATING WILDLY BETWEEN FEELING LIKE THERE MAY BE HOPE AT TIMES TO UTTER DESPAIR – OFTEN CHANGING MINUTE TO MINUTE. ALTHOUGH EACH OF US DEFINE OURSELVES AS ANTISOCIAL-TYPES WHO PREFER BEING ON … Continue reading "Ghosts V-VI"Read More »
  • Serial Experiments: Lain

    Serial Experiments: Lain

    Serial Experiments: Lain (EN Sub) playlist Serial Experiments: Lain OST Cyberia Mix OST Collection: Not sure what all these tracks are yet. Visual Experiments: Lain artbook (JP) You know how so much of anime has a naïve teenage protagonist with a lot of school drama, who gets powers, and saves the world? Well, Lain starts … Continue reading "Serial Experiments: Lain"Read More »
  • Old Romantics of Saturday Music

    Old Romantics of Saturday Music

    Travelogue, by The Human League Assemblage, by Japan True, by Spandau Ballet Penthouse and Pavement, by Heaven 17 The Man Who Sold the World, by David Bowie See, they were all New Romantics, but that was 30-40 years ago so they're all old or dead now.Read More »
  • Diaspora* (footnote missing)

    Diaspora* (footnote missing)

    So I see some "joindiaspora" articles. I'm bored and no longer frequent some techbro-heavy forums like h4xx0r n00z. Sure, let's see how to read it. The asterisk in the name is going to drive me crazy. It's apparently not a footnote. I constantly look for a footnote when I see* after a word. 👀🗡🗡 joindiaspora.org … Continue reading "Diaspora* (footnote missing)"Read More »
  • Technomancy Thursday Music

    Technomancy Thursday Music

    Evolution, by Decoded Feedback Dark Passenger (deluxe), by Decoded Feedback The Dividing, by Android Lust Millennium, by Front Line Assembly Greater Wrong of the Right, by Skinny Puppy Very Best of Industrial Revolution, V/ARead More »
  • PortalWorlds Progress

    PortalWorlds Progress

    PortalWorlds 0.9 on mysticdungeon.club 2020-03-18: Mob names Boss monsters (only ones with a nametag, and much tougher than the rest of the level) 2020-03-17: Structures: circle tower, box tower, campsite 2020-03-16: All levels are solveable Map indicates map name and row/column of player Pop back over to itch.io or my Patreon if you want to … Continue reading "PortalWorlds Progress"Read More »
  • Humping Wednesday Music

    Humping Wednesday Music

    Asobi Seksu Let It Die, by Feist The Mating Game, by Bitter:Sweet Citrus, by Asobi Seksu International Jet Set playlistRead More »
  • What I'm Watching: Kingdom S2

    What I'm Watching: Kingdom S2

    Season 1 After a brief flashback to the first use of the resurrection flower against the invading Japanese, S2 picks right back up with the zombies out in daylight, and a fantastic retreating battle, and heroic sacrifices winnowing the cast a bit. There's more straightforward conflict this season, since we know who the villains are … Continue reading "What I'm Watching: Kingdom S2"Read More »

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