This short, educational film is intended to contrast the fantasy of violence in cinema, and the reality of violence in real life. Or as Aaron Clarey would say, it’s dispelling the Roundhouse Kicking Chick-Cop fantasy!
Understanding this threat requires that one comprehend the differing natures between man and machine, a difference far more profound than the distinction between “wetware” and “hardware”. The reasoning processes are utterly dissimilar and incompatible; the former must dominate the latter, otherwise disaster will ensue. A man who is controlled by his machine is no man at all.
Anam Piggott and I discuss his book Pushing Rubber Downhill, and how you need to keep your eyes on the ball.
An analysis of the dominant themes in the point-and-click adventure game Primordia; a science fiction story that examines ethics, faith, and whether the ends justify the means.
William Manning, who writes at Modern Maleficarum, was inspired to write a poem by my novel As I Walk These Broken Roads; I figured I’d share it with you. The Broken Road A thousand leagues I’ve wandered I’ve seen near everything From unrelenting wastelands To cold, refreshing springs A land of rakes and scoundrels A field of toiling saints No place for me to rest my eyes As I walk these broken roads The gears that keep us moving The tomes of sages past A million years of history This magic makes us last My eyes have seen no aged...
I’m afraid I have some bad news for you: there will never be another Metroid game that lives up to the original. You’ll never have a sequel that does it justice. No matter how much you protest, no matter how hard Nintendo tries to meet your expectations, you’ll be disappointed with whatever shallow imitation comes out and tries to reinvent the series with next-gen graphics.