Wednesday, October 22, 2014
All the real gamers? They’re the developers now, the reviewers, the writers and the players who remember a time when you couldn’t download a virtual copy of your game, but instead had to go to a Toys“R”Us and hope they had it in stock. The real gamers, both men and women, look at your frantic rantings about “ethics in videogame journalism,” and they shake their heads sadly, wondering how you could get sucked in by some script-kiddie /b/tards and conspiracy-nut celebrities gleefully using you as a smokescreen for misogynistic hate. They look at the rich diversity of games that exist now, and they are THRILLED, because no one ever thought we’d get this far, and real gamers like PLAYING GAMES. Why #Gamergaters Piss Me The F*** Off — The Cauldron — Chris Kluwe
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The Queen by a-hour

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Lady Ryswell - Verso Est, Spazi Infiniti: Antonina Vasylchenko By Luis Sanchis For D La Repubblica 27th September 2014

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YongSub Noh 

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"The opposition to it was really either political or ideological," the Republican governor added. "I don’t think that holds water against real flesh and blood, and real improvements in people’s lives." In a state that’s pivotal for national politics, Kasich casts Medicaid expansion as a moral choice to help the poor. Ohio Guv On Obamacare Repeal In GOP Congress: ‘Not Gonna Happen’
Inktober: A Wellspring of Wizards- Ben Hatke

Crowquill isn’t really a wizard at all. He’s a government agent in a ludicrous disguise, sent by the nobility to spread dissent among the wizards. For if there’s one thing the nobles fear it’s that the exiled magic users will begin working together.

Inktober: A Wellspring of Wizards- Ben Hatke

Crowquill isn’t really a wizard at all. He’s a government agent in a ludicrous disguise, sent by the nobility to spread dissent among the wizards. For if there’s one thing the nobles fear it’s that the exiled magic users will begin working together.

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Sometimes it is hard to believe that these magnificent creatures share the same planet as us…

Hauntingly Beautiful!

Silver Surfer by Mike Allred.

Silver Surfer by Mike Allred.

I would argue that the reason Amazon’s more advanced tablet and phone products haven’t succeeded is because the device’s priorities were painfully obvious to anyone who actually used them: They weren’t better than their competitors at anything other than selling you things from Amazon. They attempted to solve the company’s problems without even accidentally solving any of yours. How Amazon Solved the Problem of Work - The Awl
Tuesday, October 21, 2014