Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg joins The Vergecast to talk about the future of Tumblr, his plans for the site, and why the porn ban will stay in place
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"From their humble beginnings in the 1960s as demonstrations of computer interactivity, to a multi-billion dollar industry, computer video games have become one of the largest forms of entertainment and a major part of popular culture in America, Japan, Europe and beyond. Steven Slug Russell, inventor of the early computer game SpaceWar! and Nolan Bushnell, designer of Computer Space and founder of Atari, share their personal stories from the days when games were played on mainframes through the introduction of the video arcade. Stewart Brand, publisher of the original Whole Earth Catalog and president of The Long Now Foundation, will moderate this discussion about the advent of the modern gaming age."
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Nilay Patel interviews Paul Ford about his hopefulness in tech, his recent piece in Wired, and the state of building stuff for the web.
"Entrepreneurship isn’t about starting companies. Entrepreneurship is an approach to life." — Ed Zschau Ed Zschau is the Interim President of Sierra Nevada College, and he brings to the college 17 years of leading technology companies.
Rationally Speaking | Official Podcast of New York City Skeptics - Current Episodes - RS 236 - Alex Tabarrok on “Why are the Prices So D*mn High?”
Release date: July 22nd, 2019
Over the last two decades, the prices of c…
Hollow Knight is pretty confusing. Hopefully this video makes the game a little less confusing. But it might make it more confusing.
This video has been deemed about 80% accurate by a play tester and good friend of the development team.
There are many things I assumed, despite the lack of evidence. For example, we don’t know for sure if the Hollow Knight was locked in the temple of the Black Egg before or after the Dreamers were put to sleep. Since smalls details like that don’t really change the story that much, I didn’t spend time in the video bringing them up.
Let me know in the comment section what I got wrong or what I should have mentioned. Also, share your own theories about Hollow Knight’s story. Theorizing is super fun and I want to hear your ideas.
Link to script: https://mossbag69.blogspot.com/2019/07/hollow-knight-lore-and-plot-explained.html ————————————————————————————————
Ok, so this video is actually getting some attention, which fucking sucks because it’s littered with inaccurate information and poorly written jokes. My original plan was to annotate the shit out of any wrong statements in the video, but I just now realized that YouTube has removed the annotation feature. So I’m shit out of luck on that front.
That picture of the deve…
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Tyler Cowen and Neal Stephenson talk Satoshi Nakimoto, physical surveillance, economic value of space, social media and dystopia, life in the Baroque, and more.
One of the best things about Hollow Knight is how often it makes you feel like you’ve uncovered a secret. There was a huge chamber hidden behind that breakable wall, and you just happened to stumble on it. What other secrets might you have missed?
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