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Kate Capshaw, Steve Spielberg, George Lucas, & Harrison Ford on the set of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. 1984

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Kate Capshaw, Steve Spielberg, George Lucas, & Harrison Ford on the set of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. 1984

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Cool talk by Nathan Vella (Capy Games) about indie game marketing.

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We finally have a new homepage!

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We finally have a new homepage!

Daniel Kahneman: The riddle of experience vs. memory

"We actually don’t choose between experiences. We choose between memories of experiences."

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Mouse from Ghost of a Tale.
I don’t normally draw in this kind of detail because I’m really not very confident with it, but I wanted to try and do some justice to Seith’s beautiful model.

talewise:

Mouse from Ghost of a Tale.

I don’t normally draw in this kind of detail because I’m really not very confident with it, but I wanted to try and do some justice to Seith’s beautiful model.

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Seth Godin on Failing Until You Succeed

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Cramped Apartments in Hong Kong

In the middle of last year, The Economist released rankings for the world’s most livable cities, and Hong Kong was found at the top. What many peopledon’t know, however, is that there is a percentage of Hong Kong residents living in rather horrid conditions.

In an attempt to draw attention to the issue, human rights organizationSociety for Community Organizationrecently commissioned a series of photographs showing what a number of unacceptable living spaces look like when viewed from directly overhead. (Here’sa larger versionof the photo above.)

According to the SoCO, over 100,000 people live in tiny “cubicle apartments” in the city. These are 40-square-foot living spaces created by dividing already-small apartments into multiple units.

Residents go about their lives in these confined spaces, sleeping on one corner, eating in another, storing their belongings in a third, and perhaps watching a TV that’s found in a fourth.

SoCO’s wide-angle photographs capture how cramped these spaces really are by showing everything within them in a single frame. The images were likely captured by simply fixing a camera with a wide-angle lens to the ceiling, and then triggering a shot remotely (the photographer cannot be seen in the image).

In each photo is a QR code that directs viewers to a petition to the Hong Kong government. (via PetaPixel)

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Call of Duty: Ghosts

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Playing around with a new button look. We’re slowly replacing our temp art by something more representable of the final look.

thecuriousexpedition:

Playing around with a new button look. We’re slowly replacing our temp art by something more representable of the final look.