Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

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Abstract Photographs - Akihiko Miyoshi

These images have a duality (and tension) of being simultaneously abstract and photographically real. Further, as with many of my other works the photographs expresses my interest in the effect of digital technology in photography and its aesthetic. For example the choice of red, green, and blue tape is based on the three primary colors that constitute a pixel. From a far the tapes can be seen as the pixels glowing on the computer screen. While the images are made using primarily traditional photographic methods, they reference the new aesthetic that seems to be emerging as a result of the use of digital tools and technologies. Seen in this context, by always including only the silhouette of the photographer with his camera, the images remind the viewers of the presence/absence of the producer/author and the method in which the images were constructed and bring forth the complex issues regarding authorship in the digital world.”

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what mens rights activists really sound like

mens. rights. activists.

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Cinematography: Jordan Cronenweth

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SO here’s a thing I’ve been hinting at a lot on Twitter and have been really excited to share with everyone, Friends at the Table.

Friends at the Table is a podcast about critical worldbuilding, smart characterization, and fun interaction between good friends as we play Dungeon World, which is sort of like D&D but also sort of not.

Austin Walker (@austin_walker) is our wonderful GM and I’m joined by Keith Carberry (@somethingdumb), Jack de Quidt (@notquitereal), Nick Sondgeroth (@drevilbones) and Art Tebbel (@atebbel) as players. Jack wrote our amazing intro song and Craig Sheldon (@shoddyrobot) did our cover which just absolutely blew me away. Austin has been wrestling with PodBean, iTunes and YouTube all night and Keith has been making magic from messes of audacity files and they deserve such special thanks for making this all be an actual thing.

This is our first episode, which is entirely world and character building. Our future episodes will be short and feature our actual play, which you won’t hear here. Yet! We’ll be releasing once a week, Thursday or Friday, and have about a month of content under our belts right now.

I’m incredibly excited and proud of this little thing. For me, it’s an extension of StreamFriends but something completely different as well. I imagine it’ll be easier for someone to listen to at or on the way to work, that it’s a little more accessible than our video game streams so its great to have this thing that’ll reach a different audience and more of my friends. It’s also a new thing for me, too! I’ve never played a tabletop game and I’ve really only just started to come out of my shell in StreamFriends things, so this is really new and fun and scary! It is truly my honor to introduce you all to Hella Varal. :3 :3

It’d mean the world to me if you took some time out of your day to listen and comment at or on our YouTube page. (We’ll be up on iTunes soon, but that stuff takes time.) Or as they say, ~like~ ~comment~ ~subscribe~.

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Mima’s home from Perfect Blue // Directed by Satoshi Kon

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf


This music is both unnerving and pretty at the same time.

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Mitsumasa Anno born 20 March 1926) is a Japanese illustrator and writer of children’s books, known best for picture books with few or no words.

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So, I started an Actual Play podcast with my friends! This first episode is character and world creation, so it’s a little long but we like it anyway. Weekly updates from here on in! If you like it, do me a favor and “like” the YouTube upload of it too! Should be on iTunes by the end of the week!