Link Blog, March 2021
I’m looking into Twine lately and this article by Adi Robertson helped me begin: Text Adventures: how Twine remade gaming
Colin Broadmoor wrote this awesome piece about how we’ve been stuck in a nostalgia time loop: The Future Died in 1999 - Blood Knife
From the same blog, RS Benedict talks about Marvel’s chastity with sexuality: Everyone Is Beautiful and No One Is Horny - Blood Knife
Right on the opposite end, Nathan Grayson wrote a huge introduction to CodeMiko, this Vtuber or sorts: CodeMiko Is The Future Of Streaming, Unless Twitch Bans Her First
I quit Twitter this month (3rd official quitting since originally joining in 2008). Soo Youn has a survey of people who also quit, and now feel better. ‘I get better sleep’: the people who quit social media
Masha Zhdanova wrote about Webtoon. It made me smile, and also re-download webtoon. It now lives on my phone where Twitter used to.
Most writing advice is just slack porn. Chuck Wendig has good writing advice. Why “Gentle Writing Advice,” Exactly?
David Davis has my favourite article of the whole month, a chronicle of Geoff Winningham’s photography: Pro Wrestling’s Finest Down-And-Dirty Chronicle Is Getting Even Better