The Good Project
Freelance project with FableVision for the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
- Suki's Soul Food
- DECK DUNGEON
- Browser Extensions
- Friender Bender
Additional scripting done for Anyways Magazine: article loading/switching, history pushstates, etc.
TRIIIBE: same difference
Client site made for the Fitchburg Art Museum’s TRIIIBE: same difference exhibit.
Currently working for FableVision Studios.
oh wow also this new flume album is sick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TML_MTQdg4
new shlohmo, american football, and la dispute albums today!! v good music day
i got a B on a 3 in IIDX and i’m feeling good about it
also, i played DDR and dancerush stardom for two hours and i need to play more immediately
wild that i called myself an introvert in middle/high school when i just want to be surrounded by people 24/7
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- The "Tragedy of the Commons" was invented by a white supremacist based on a false history, and it's toxic bullshit / Boing Boing
this isn't what actually happened to the Commons: they were stable and well-managed until other factors (e.g. rich people trying to acquire even more land) destabilized them.
- Loneliness - Kurzgesagt
Everybody feels lonely sometimes. But only few of us are aware how important this feeling was for our ancestors - and that our modern world can turn it into something that really hurts us. Why do we feel this way and what can we do about it?
- lowering your life’s requirements
What are your requirements, things you can’t do without? For some people, it changes depending on the circumstances: you need a travel pillow on an airplane, a soft bed and nice pillow in order to sleep, music in order to run or do a workout, some alcohol in order to socialize. What happens if you can’t have these things — does it make you unhappy or stressed out? Is the trip or social occasion or run less enjoyable? What happens when we let go of these needs, and just keep them as a “nice-to-have” option?
- Inside the Surreal Mind of ‘Twin Peaks’ Creator David Lynch
“Ideas are triggered by any number of things. I’ve gotten a couple ideas from sleeping dreams; I get ideas from daydreaming,” he continues. “The idea for the Red Room came when I was leaning against a warm car at sunset, and the idea for Bob came when I heard some girl say, ‘Don’t lock yourself in Laura’s room’ to Frank Silva. There’s a lot of ways ideas come, and I always say they’re a gift. They weren’t there, they weren’t there, they weren’t there, and suddenly they’re there. And I didn’t do anything. I just caught the idea.” Despite his surrealist brand of cinema, Lynch confesses that none of his ideas have ever come to him while under the influence of psychedelics. “My friends, you know, they say about peer pressure, they were all taking drugs and they told me not to take them,” he says in his folksy Missoula, Montana, accent. “I followed their advice.”
- Growing Up Sixty-Four
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