Most people working a full time job need an escape from the workday, it might happen in a gap during the day or it may happen after work, but regardless that escape allows us, the workers, to continue to function from day to day. I'm sure everyone has seen a situation where someone is forced to cont...

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Banksy and The Simpsons

To say that Banksy's couch gag opening of the Simpsons is a little critical of mass media would be a massive understatement, it drives home the ideas of mass produced culture and causes the viewer to think of the costs of the popular culture that we partake in every day.

The meaning of this open...

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During the last two months I have been working on a project with two others, plotting out and testing the feasibility of an event to pull attention to the release trailer of a new game. This was partially inspired by the fact that I had been listening to a lot of Rabbits (if you have not listened...

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The Ascendant

It was late afternoon when Lyra finally made it to the small town of Brodestill, and everyone in the town was still fucking. From what she could see from her approach, the town square was a mess of dust and humanoid figures rolling around, entirely consumed by their bodily needs.

"The question is,...

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bt.exe reflection

Last week I addressed the question "Are privacy limits something that should be considered when breaking boundaries with meta narrative?" with a small mind map that, honestly, kind of moved beyond the boundaries of this question. It's very hard to stick to the one point when the questions all around...

Masters Reflection CIM406

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