Google’s open hardware platform for creating modular smartphones is back, but it’s different.
“Nope nope nope. I’m Cameron.”
Gina Rodriguez. The answer is Gina Rodriguez.
I think the analog-digital tension is pretty common in our generation. I found a couple of things to ease that tension — tools and toys that satisfy the need for both physical and cyberspace.
I want to Feel the Bern, doc! I really do!
“Deep canvassing” methods can have a strong impact on transphobic attitudes, according to a new study.
Lately I’ve been consuming media and playing games that have made me reconsider my apathy toward Cthulhu. So here’s some Cthulhu for the new enthusiast.
When reading Lady of the Shard, you become a part of this world, you become a part of this faith, you become a part of this battle and you become a part of this romance. This is the gay space comic of our dreams.
From online market places to a digital business card, this tech is for the job seekers. Let’s get you hired! (Plus there’s an Opportunities Corner, GET IN HERE!)
First there was a self-care to do list. Now, here’s Baopu with an other-care to-do list.
“So often I’ve tried to explain figure skating to my friends or family and I never felt like they got it… But it was as if I was always describing something too huge to put in to words. So I’m excited to be able to show it all, share everything that I’ve wanted to say but couldn’t find the words for.”
No longer solely gladiatorial in nature, we’re seeing a boom in what kinds of stories games can tell. And with that expansion, I’m personally seeing a lot of games tackle issues of ethics, games that directly interrogate the player’s sense of right and wrong.
So you want a car but you don’t want to feed the Uber monster. Here are four alternatives!
“I love spending time with your family! Plus your mom is totally in love with me.”
“Making bra is like building a bridge.”
Patreon is sort of like a virtual tip jar, or a Kickstarter that keeps on going each month, and it lets you support all your favorite creators so that you can let them know you appreciate them and so that they can keep doing what they do.
“I decided to only visit tables with at least one woman behind them. It’s such a low bar; it cut out a lot of tables.”
“Wait, where’s the little monster? It’s usually here by now making me panic or cry or something.”
A handy list of some of the Eisner-nomiated comics I think you’d enjoy!
Exactly what it says on the box. Fallen London has an iOS app. It’s also pretty gay. Let’s play.