As a symbol of the copyright regime of the 20thC. A permissive Mickey in the metaverse seems like an interesting experiment to try.
The 21 century has finally arrived in Britain with the passing of a crown. The Carolingian age has begun in the kingdom.
I’m Back! After the longest break from ‘the practice’ since 2019. I must admit, sitting down today to make this show filled me with an urgent anxiety.
I’ve spent the week trying to write things at/of different lengths. Sitting down with a timer, set to 20mins or 40. Just practicing to see how I go.
I can’t believe I’ve made 200 of these. One of the things I haven’t yet thought about, is how do I know when I’m done?
The invention of ML tools is as significant as the printing press. These technologies will derive the creative practice & economy of the 21stC
We need control over what we see and how we see it. Every app should have a lab rat’s guide to taking over the experiment.
After 4 years and nearly 200 podcast episodes, here’s 10 tips for creating online in 2022
Pinball Wizard is the name for a 1970’s cyborg. People who first entered a world inside a machine and ‘touched’ the metaverse.
I’ve been making a Video version of Permanently Moved for just over a year now. I thought I’d write up some thoughts about where I’m at.
A world has to allow players to change their play style as they learn more about themselves in the context of the world.
The ultimate victory condition in the most popular online worlds right now is to be left alone.
I realised I knew very little about the history of computing. Here’s two books I read recently correcting my ignorance.
New Zine, Post Normal Fiction, A Brief History of Modernity, and our need to explore what’s beyond or after it.
8th May 1996, 26 years ago tomorrow. Tomas Landhaus and Janka Stanhope were married in the metaverse. Plus my chapter in the new book Lost Zone.
The New Barbie Movie, Cultural Fracking, my aphantasia and why Speed Racer is a much better movie than The Dark Knight