I'm so thrilled! I spent a couple of weeks extracting the data from dozens of CDs and DVDs I've burned over the past two decades.
On one of them I found my old website, with essays, fanfictions, artworks, recordings, and game PDFs I made in the aughts, which I had thought to be lost forever.
Here is one such. It's a poem I wrote based on Jabberwocky, about trying to build a computer around a terrible motherboard.
"...progressives “saw [COVID] coming” through the lens of public health funding being slashed dangerously. Ethnonationalists “saw it coming” through the lens of dangerous dependence on China and globalized production. Singularitarians “saw it coming” through the lens of a generic existential-risk fetishism. The religious right “saw it coming” through the lens of verses in Revelations. Hollywood “saw it coming” through the lens of the “competent man” narrative archetype."
COVID-19, Basic Income
This link helps you take part in a letter-writing campaign to give every American an unconditional money transfer #ubi during the #covid-19 #pandemic!
Past Penguicon Guest of Honor Ada Palmer has finished writing "Perhaps The Stars"! This is the fourth and final novel in the "Terra Ignota" series which began with "Too Like The Lighting", for which she won an Astounding* Award for Best New Science Fiction Author.
* (formerly named the John W Campbell award)
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One year ago today, I played my #boardgame "Overworld" with Amy and Kevin, and we were photobombed by Dana.
A new painterly rendering of the Penguicon.social cartoon mascot, by @scoots
Currently at #i3detroit hacker space.
A way to access the Fediverse, for attendees of Penguicon, an annual convention of science fiction, open source software, and all geeky interests, in Southfield, Michigan, USA.
Convention info: https://penguicon.org