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  1. Acquisitions Incorporated - PAX East 2016 D&D Game

    In this special PAX East live D&D game, we switched things up a bit by having Chris Perkins play while Mike Krahulik and Patrick Rothfuss take a turn in the Dungeon Master’s chair!

    After returning from the Underdark, the heroes of Acquisitions Incorporated find themselves with some free time on their hands, and we take a closer look at what goes on in the office and in their home lives.

    You can download Mike and Patrick’s adventures for free right now from the Dungeon Masters Guild!

    ISTAR Facilities by Patrick Rothfuss: http://www.dmsguild.com/product/18122

    How Not to Host a Murder by Mike Krahulik: http://www.dmsguild.com/product/18105

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  2. Sam Barlow on the origins of HER STORY

    Director and writer Sam Barlow (AISLE, SILENT HILL: SHATTERED MEMORIES) presents an exhaustive look at the police-procedural and real-world origins of HER STORY, his latest & unanimously critically acclaimed crime fiction game with non-linear storytelling & live action video footage. This talk was filmed live at Fantastic Arcade, October 1st, 2015. Curated by Austin independent game collective JUEGOS RANCHEROS, Fantastic Arcade is an annual celebration of indie games which takes place at the Alamo Drafthouse during the theater’s Fantastic Fest genre film festival. To learn more about HER STORY, visit herstorygame.com/ To learn more about Fantastic Arcade, visit fantasticarcade.com To learn more about JUEGOS RANCHEROS, visit juegosrancheros.com/

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  3. GDC 14: Storytelling Rules & Tools

    Original video: http://www.gdcvault.com/play/1020795/Storytelling-Fundamentals-in-a
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  4. DPLAfest 2016: Authorship in the Digital Age

    A session from DPLAfest 2016 dedicated to the state of writing in the digital age. What does it mean to write a book, digital or print or both? What new technologies and processes are re-defining the role of the author? Panelists will touch upon these questions and more during this exciting discussion between three prominent contemporary authors.

    Speaker Biography: After stints in the editorial departments of Houghton Mifflin, the Knopf group, and Little Brown, Sarah Burnes became an agent in 2001. Joining The Gernert Company in 2005, she now represents adult fiction writers (Alice McDermott and Tony Earley among them), children’s fiction writers (New York Times bestsellers Margaret Stohl and Pseudonymous Bosch), and journalists and critics (New York Times Magazine contributor Jon Gertner and Freeman’s John Freeman).

    Speaker Biography: Virginia Heffernan writes about digital culture for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, Mother Jones, and The New Yorker. Her essays on digitization are regularly anthologized. Her new book, "Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art," will be published in June by Simon & Schuster. She works as an editorial strategist for startups and venture capital firms.

    Speaker Biography: Craig Mod is a writer and designer who splits his time between Tokyo and New York. Previously a product designer at Flipboard, he is also a TechFe…

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  5. Rami Ismail, Vlambeer - XOXO Festival (2015)

    Rami Ismail is the developer and “business guy” at Vlambeer, the Dutch indie game studio responsible for games like Super Crate Box, Nuclear Throne, and Ridi…

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  6. Joseph Fink, Welcome to Night Vale - XOXO Festival (2014)

    Propelled by a massive fandom community on Tumblr, Welcome to Night Vale exploded overnight, launched to the top of the iTunes charts last year. The community radio for a friendly desert community where every conspiracy theory is real, creators Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor have kept Night Vale independent, expanding to a touring live show and spinoff novel.

    Recorded in September 2014 at XOXO, an arts and technology festival in Portland, Oregon celebrating independent artists using the Internet to make a living doing what they love. For more, visit http://xoxofest.com.

    Video thumbnail by Ian Linkletter: https://www.flickr.com/photos/linkletter/15130864730/

    Intro Music: Broke for Free, "Only Instrumental" http://bit.ly/xo2014broke

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  7. Eyeo 2015 – Allison Parrish

    Exploring (Semantic) Space With (Literal) Robots – In the boundless churning sea of language’s combinatorial possibilities, we cling fast to what “makes sense.” Outside the comfortable lifeboat of “sense” we see nothing but “nonsense”—letters, words, and sentences in hazardous configurations that we don’t recognize and can’t decipher. But what’s out there, really? We build physical robots to explore physical spaces considered inhospitable to the human body, so why not build “literal” robots to explore semantic spaces considered inhospitable to the human mind? (I mean the word “literal” here in its most, ahem, literal sense: having to do letters, words, and language.) In this talk I cover what I’ve learned in my practice as a procedural poet, designing software systems that create, well, nonsense. I like to think of these computer programs as automated probes that send back telemetry from the frontiers of “sense,” exposing us to previously unforeseen possibilities for how words can behave, and allowing us to establish way stations in regions of language previously thought uninhabitable. decontextualize.com @aparrish @eyeofestival

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  8. MIT OpenCourseWare: Game design, lecture 2: Iterative Design - Philip Tan, Jason Begy

    These lectures discuss the history, tools, and current landscape of game design and analysis. A variety of genres are covered, including cards, games of chance, board games, role-playing, sports, and puzzles. See Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab (http://gambit.mit.edu/) for more.

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  9. Babooshka - Spoiler, episodio uno

    È la prima puntata, dobbiamo conoscerci: con Lucia e Matteo incontrerete per la prima volta la definizione tecnica di “spoiler”, una breve storia di internet, un po’ di intervistati e pochissimi – davvero! – spoiler.(L’immagine l’abbiamo presa da Wikipedia: Historical document: First ARPANET IMP log: the first message ever sent via the ARPANET, 10:30 pm, 29 October 1969. This IMP Log excerpt, kept at UCLA, describes setting up a message transmission from the UCLA SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the SRI SDS 940 Host computer.)

    http://querty.it/podcast/spoiler-episodio-1-babooshka/

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  10. Adventures in Text – Jon Ingold

    Original video: http://www.gdcvault.com/play/1021774/Adventures-in-Text-Innovating-in
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