That’s because this weather app, Weather Whiskers, is weather told in LOL Cats.
And other similar two/multi-player type situations, because being on different continents shouldn’t get in the way of Boggle. (Bonus! Featuring the worst drawing of Brooklyn ever, courtesy of yours truly.)
“The Nintendo showed up Christmas morning. All my friends had a Super Nintendo, but my parents held out for so long (bless them) that my brother and I skipped right to the Nintendo 64.”
But for all of my many apps, there is one category that was tragically absent. And that category was gay-themed games. That is, until now.
IT HAS HAPPENED. TODAY, RIGHT NOW, I AM WRITING THE 52ND INSTALLMENT OF QUEER YOUR TECH.
When Rachel and Kaitlyn started talking to me about their email systems, I had to face a tough fact about myself as a technology writer. I am notoriously terrible with mail. Here are some systems we all find helpful.
Enjoy three and a half hours of scientists and professional comedians alike being nerd funny.
How can I resist the plethora of outdoorsy camping apps out there? I can’t. I can’t resist.
It’s finally here. And nary a petal in sight.
More of our lives are lived digitally by the day, and it’s time to start thinking about what happens to all this when we die: do we want it to go to someone else, to be erased, or to remain indefinitely in the ether(net)?
Verdict: iOS 7 is sexy.
Run, don’t walk, to our special Autostraddle Fallen London in-game goodies codes and the chance to learn a bit more about Failbetter’s new game, Sunless Sea.
Technology helps artists and artisans, whether it’s in a new way to think about or talk about their work or in a new way to create something classic. Sometimes it helps humans deconstruct something.
So many ways to get your language learning on! Enjoy, queermos. Et bonne chance!
I would rather slowly pull out all my teeth than write about unconfirmed lesbian subtext in any teevee show ever. But I actually think we’re moving from the realm of wishful thinking into the realm of actual plot/canon. Here’s why.
Fallen London! is a text based game that centers around a protagonist (you) who winds up in Neath, which is basically London except one mile under the earth’s surface, in a world where death is semi-permanent, devils are accessible and corpses sometimes have tea with you.
In your childhood, did your mom wake up you at weird hours on school nights to watch meteor showers because they were more important than 2nd grade? Or was that just my mom? Either way, we’re all now Adults and we can get up (or stay up) to watch the meteor shower of our own volition.
Falcone has a new comic forthcoming, called Clique Refresh, and it’s “a love letter to internet friends and what it means to feel most at home online.”