I recently backed a kickstarter for a couple of fellas hailing from Brisbane, Australia. Seems they're developing a customizable Trading Card Game called Wastelanders. I figured, what better way to spend time with the rare dinner guest - when not sniping radrats, scavenging the ruins for vittles, and checking the man-traps for mutated dirtbags who want my stuff! …
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Notice something about human history? We’ve got a habit of exploring our boundaries and we like to tell stories – be it in written word or moving pictures or games.
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Right now things feel pretty saturated with such experiences past, present and near future. From reality TV shows to YouTube to a billion bloggers typing out their thoughts every day. Content galore. And a sense that there’s not much left to explore: discounting the unplumbed depths of our vast oceans and the somewhat large expanse of our Galaxy and the rest of the Universe.
But I’m focusing on us and this little blue ball we currently live on.
We’re reaching critical mass. Collapse marker. Reset point.
You’re probably aware of that deep gnawing feeling that something big and bad is heading our way. That’s because Time is just…
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Finally got around to watching the Robocop remake. It's free on Amazon Prime right now. What an absolutely pathetic, bullshit excuse for a movie. I don't remember the last time I saw such a blatant example of a mainstream movie being so hate-filled against a political party. Notice I didn't say "parties". I watch movies …
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I came across Brian Dorsey quite by accident. In my early days of twitter, I was checking out the followers of another science fiction writer and happened to see his profile. After looking at his website and reading a sample of Gateway, I knew that this was a writer I wanted to engage with. He …