Doing Bandersnatch: Ended up having to kill the father of the character and chopping up the body, making the perfect game, reaching credits in a new world where the next (female) programmer has no choice but to abandon the project of recreating and releasing the bandersnatch project. Also noticable: some netflix propaganda is unavoidable, at least in this line of choices. Runtime ~2hrs with some loops. -> {frosties, now 2, refuse, no, no, phaedra, throw tea over computer, go back, shout at dad, follow colin, no, colin, pull earlobe, flush them, hit desk, pick up book, jfd, throw tea over computer, white_bear_episode_glyph, back off, talk about mum, no, pickup family photo, white_bear_episode_glyph, back off, get rabbit from dad, pac, p.a.c.s., 20541, whose there?, white_bear_episode_glyph, back off, get rabbit from dad, pax, white_bear_episode_glyph, back off, get rabbit from dad, toy, yes, whose there? back off, whose there?, back off, no_choice_made*, bury body, no, he jumped, chop or bury?, chop up body, throw tea over computer}

Thinking of playing interactive movie (yes!!) Black Mirror: Bandersnatch this weekend in Rotterdam Zuid. PM to make up a joint plan. I have food/place/access to a netflix account... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Mi

A memory from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, USA. 12 oz = 0.34 kg of yes, such and such coffee.

Hello (parts of the) world, what's the easiest way to see content of replies on toots with the default mastodon web client ui? To follow a discussion or worse: multiple, say with >5 replies, access by expanding a status (focus mode) seems a bit tedious.

Research yielded this Mastodon primer btw: github.com/tleb/awesome-mastod

Cool scifi book cover design and finding out what's inspired them: tor.com/2018/12/11/designing-t

Self-promoted by Dave Addey and now by me. If you are into this stuff checkout how he dived into the Blade Runner movie with fanatic detail: typesetinthefuture.com/2016/06

Media theorist Geert Lovink is apparently missing out on what is happening here amongst other places when he writes: "The Social Media Question: Where are the Alternatives?" poking at a broadly defined "geek class" and applying the term elitism to it. I have never met him and i believe he's well known.

networkcultures.org/geert/2018

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