Download this PDF to see 100 beautiful literary visualisations.
George Lucas, Ted Chiang, Greg Egan, Stanley Kubrick, Tom Stoppard, William Shakespeare, and Ridley Scott are all part of Matt’s magnificent theory that the play is the thing.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are replicants.
Characters look like people, except they exist for only the duration of a movie — only while they are necessary. They come with backstory and memories fully established but never experienced, partly fabricated for the job and partly drawn from real people known by the screenwriter. At the end, they vanish, like tears in rain.
Three authors pick their favourite book by Philip K Dick:
- Nicola Barker: Puttering About in a Small Land
- Michael Moorcock: Time Out of Joint
- Adam Roberts: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
A website should not fight the browser. Let the browser provide the chrome, and simply provide the content.
This post is about Medium, but I think there’s a lesson here for progressive web apps too. A progressive web app should not fight the browser. Are you listening, Google?
Perfect seasonal entertainment. Perfect.
“When It’s Not Your Turn”: The Quintessentially Victorian Vision of Ogden’s “The Wire” « The Hooded Utilitarian
What if the Wire were a serialised Dickensian story? …which, let’s face it, it kinda is.
At first I thought that Andy Rutledge was trying to make some nuanced satirical point here but it turns out he's just a twunt.
Best. Single-serving site. Ever!
I used to think that Mike Arrington was a dick. Now I know he is.
"Restore airport security measures to normal or risk being sued for compensation." Ryanair are such a bunch of assholes. I refuse to fly with them.