I'm really vibing with this YouTube channel's drone-y, dark ambient vibes. Very relaxing and creatively refreshing for me right now, both of which I need. Eternal DystopiaCreator of dark ambient music.YouTube
"Fans distraught because the AI girlfriend bot modeled on an influencer went offline after the AI Girlfriend Company CEO tried to burn his house down" 2023, man. Users Can’t Speak to Viral AI Girlfriend CarynAI Because CEO Is in Jail for Arson“CarynAI being down has really caused an
In which an excellent op-ed by Jamelle Bouie prompts me to stake out my current baseline position in the War on Cars.
A major bummer; the site has been down for a day and continues to be down with no official word other than that an investigation is in progress. Here's a good summary from reddit: Public Service Announcement Regarding BrickLink Being Offline by u/pshbrk in Bricklink
Sounds cyberpunk AF:
In which I, regrettably, give Hasbro money because they've published an update to one of my favorite RPG settings, Planescape.
A delightfully presented, map-based chronicle of untimely death in three Medieval English cities: London, York, and the burgeoning university town, Oxford. As a fan of Cadfael, I couldn't help but be charmed: Welcome to Medieval Murder MapsThe interactive Medieval Murder Map gives unique insight into danger, violence, and justice in
Ukraine's back to the grind, but with some new and exciting long-range strike capabilities, and a comment on training and logistics.
In which I play a 1994 adventure game that could very well be a Lamentations of the Flame Princess scenario... nunsploitation and all...
Another bevy of philosophically interesting risk management insight from Spitznagel’s book. Part 2.
Being a review of Monte Cook Games’ adaptation of the Cypher System to backwoods, remote-country, lovecraftian-adjacent horror.
I’m reading Mark Spitznagel’s new book (Safe Haven) and, as ever, it is proving to be a goldmine. Part 1.
With Europe on the brink of a catastrophic religious war, two of England's most princely bros have come up with the perfect solution—a road trip
In which I take a look at Daughter of Serpents, a vaguely Lovecraftian adventure game from 1992 and its companion lightweight story-forward TTRPG.