The Null Device
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Quake as interactive fiction, using the Infocom Z-machine engine and Quake data files. Insane.
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One year ago:
2019/12/31It's the last day of 2019, and as such, here are the notable records of the past year: Article 54 — The Hustle ( BandCamp ) In Australia, the rolling political unpleasantness is
Two years ago:
2018/12/31As 2018 comes to an end, here is once again my list of records of the past year: Belle & Sebastian — How To Solve Our Human Problems This year brought another Belle &
Five years ago:
2016/1/11The buzz of my phone cut through the remnants of a fading dream this morning, a notification of something happening in the waking world. I picked up the handset and saw on its screen two items,
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