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Can this be tweaked into shape? | Sci-fi interfaces
The sci-fi interfaces project is about analysis, not to have an excuse to just to poke fun at how interfaces made for one media won't work in another. That’s too easy, and doesn't really give sci-fi interface designers their due. The point of the blog is really to examine these interfaces critically so we can…
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apologetics | Sci-fi interfaces
Posts about apologetics written by Christopher Noessel
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Nick Denton Columns: SF
March 2002.
Now that Silicon Valley's stock no longer rides so high, we can say what we always thought: it is not all it's cracked up to be.
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A Guide to San Francisco Murals and the Artists Who Make Them | KQED Pop | KQED Arts
San Francisco isn't just one of the most colorful cities in the country, it has some of the greatest public art and murals in the world. There are a wealth of local artists who regularly pay homage to the city and its disparate neighborhoods, but certain aesthetic threads run throughout, thanks to the most prolific local artists. What follows is a guide to who's making what, and treasure maps to locate each individual's current public works.
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2 days ago by Quercki
RT : Um hi dev friends, I decided that what would really make an awesome software engineering event would be massage…
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AnLab Readers' Award Finalists - About Analog | Analog Science Fiction
We’re very excited to bring you the works that finished in the top five slots in each category of the Analog Analytical Laboratory. Although we won’t be announcing the winners until our July/August issue, we’re listing all the finalists in alphabetical order by story title. If you see more than five pieces, it’s because we had ties in this category. If you missed any stories or poems when they were first published in Analog, just click on the appropriate link below.
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