Hey, it’s four in the morning and I can’t sleep, so here are some links! I’m currently reading “Debt: The First 5000 Years” by David Graeber, and it’s gone from highly interesting to immensely frustrating. This review over at The Charnel-House is the best I’ve found so far, though I could probably add a lot […]
Was listening to this today.
Ah, good old Roger Waters. The imagery at the beginning may no longer apply to the current Leader of the Free World, but the rest? This still says everything: Just love those laser-guided bombs They’re really great For righting wrongs You hit the target And win the game From bars 3,000 miles away 3,000 miles […]
Here’s an update from Chris Christodoulou, the amazingly talented composer of The Sea Will Claim Everything and now Ithaka of the Clouds: Hi, I don’t believe we have met before. Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Chris and I’m your travel age— sorry, I mean I’m the composer of Ithaka of the Clouds. Some of […]
Εγώ που κάνω όνειρα κι έχω πολλά ωραία να χάσω κάνω και την αρχή — δε γουστάρω να ησυχάσω. Τι άλλο φοβάσαι, πες μου, και θα γίνω κι ας έχω τόσα πολλά κι ωραία να χάσω. Κι ούτε στιγμή μη ρωτάς τι θα απογίνω, μου φτάνει που δε γουστάρω να ησυχάσω I wish this song’s […]
I don’t worship magical trees myself, but this song is so very beautiful, it’s always worth posting again. So is my other favourite Christmas song: Merry Magic Tree Day, humans!
I was drawn to this song because of the Blakean title and because I adore Natalie Merchant’s cover of Which Side Are You On. Turns out it’s quite spellbinding.
This is a new song by The Coup. Verena wrote about death. Did you see the new Oneiropolis Compendium entry? It’s about Chelonian Hill. New posts coming soon: info about big new project, various articles, and a new (short) freeware game. Exciting times ahead.
There’s a lot to say – about Greenlight, future projects, privilege in the games industry… all kinds of things, really. And I’ll start writing about all that tomorrow. (There’s also an episode of The Starving Artists’ Kitchen that is ready, but which I realized at the last moment contains a typo. Grrr.) But right now […]
And now for something less depressing and irritating than racism – a beautiful, inspiring song by Roger Waters. I don’t know if the tide is turning yet, but I hope it will.