Just received an email from Jason Rohrer about the experimental conversation-based "game" with AI models he's been working on. A documentary crew is looking for people to interview:
"Along with interviewing the people who created Project December, they're also interested in interviewing some of YOU, the end users, particularly if you've had a transformative experience in one way or another, and especially if you've had success in using Project December to simulate a dead loved one."
Practicing #tokipona by looking at old posts by @ice. Join in if you feel like doing some translation exercises and speculating. A kind of bite-sized language meditation.
I didn't know Richard D. James had released one hour and half of bonus Analord "side C" tracks in 2009. This totally made my day. I can now headbang on twisted acid techno for 5 hours straight.
It also means I have no more excuses to not do house chores.
I've started to play Death Trash, and it's a beautifully disgusting mess of pixelated organic desolation.
Think old Fallout, but in real time, with brutally expressionist low-res pixel art depicting giant blobs of sentient meat, on a dying alien planet ruled by bored robots.
Puking is one of your basic skills, and you can use it to lubricate cyborgs. It's absolutely weird, and equally immersive. I love it so far.
Revel in the marvels of the universe. We are a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better ourselves and our surroundings through constant creation. We express ourselves through music, art, games, and writing. We also put great value in play. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.