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Paul Graham Raven

Larp's roots run deeper than Dungeons & Dragons. In her book Leaving Mundania, Lizzie Stark traces the development of larp from its origins, the nascent form of what Bruce Sterling likes to call the military-entertainment complex: immersive historical pageants thrown by medieval royalty, often at immense expense; prototypical wargames for training the officers of ...

Joanne McNeil

In Kill Screen, Kyle Chakra finds the plumb line from Fauvism and Yoshi’s Island ...

Joanne McNeil

Joe Huckaby writes about his HTML5 rendered color cycling, the 8-bit visual effect used typically ...

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Jacob Gaboury

Arcangel exerts incredible effort to accomplish the most banal of tasks, or produces aesthetic works ...