Previous: Diecast #37: Oblivion, Anthropology, and Sid MeierWe usually do a little warm-up before the show. We talk for a bit and get our brains thinking about games. But about ten minutes into the warm-up we realized we were basically doing the show, so we started recording. No plan. No designated host. No timer. The result is two hours of rambling and confusion.You’re welcome.Direct download (MP3)Direct download (ogg Vorbis)Hosts: Rutskarn, Josh, Chris, and Shamus.Show notes:18:30 FrozenWe’re talking about the recent Disney movie. Here’s the MovieBob review I mentioned.25:00 Rustkarn is playing Shadowrun Returns.30:00 Rutskarn also finished Skyrim.This completes his multi-game play-through of the Elder Scrolls series.40:30 Shamus is playing Batman: Arkham Origins and Starbound.48:00 We stop the podcast for a minute to watch the trailer for No Man’s Sky, and then come back to share our reactions.During this segment I said that there’s no way this is an indie project by four people. In this RPS interview it sounds like the team is actually four people.57:30 Josh picked up a bunch of Steam sale games, so we talk about Chivalry and Godus and Europa Universalis.1:40:00 Chris is playing Need for Speed: Rivals and Long Live the Queen.Previous: Diecast #37: Oblivion, Anthropology, and Sid MeierNo comments whatsoever.
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The Brave Little Toaster, from TRSF
Here’s a reading of my short story Brave Little Toaster, which was just published in TRSF, the inaugural science fiction anthology from MIT’s Tech Review. It’s a short-short story on the "Internet of Things" and what happens when it all goes wrong.
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| Posted on September 28, 2011 07:49 AM
One Response to “The Brave Little Toaster, from TRSF”
Terry Hill says:
October 1, 2011 at 6:36 am
Just finished Little Brother, Loved it! looking forward to sequel. (Saw your tweet) Thanks again for posting printed bicycle link, Here’s my contribution to fun: http://terrymaui.com/Frizbag.html Enjoy making one wherever you go.
Mahalo, Terry Hill
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