Dude, holy shit!
For starters, I want to thank you for being so open. Even though we come from totally different walks of life, I connected to your journey because you allowed me to see it in such detail. Thank you for allowing me to see the world from a new perspective.
I see that Sara has already responded to your critiques and tackled them better than I would have.
We seek different things from our stories, and our expectations for how authors should communicate their ideas to us are vastly opposed.
Stay fierce, Margaret!
My fear is that the companies in charge of making these decisions won’t be very transparent about the decisions they come to. Mark Zuckerberg praises the reach of Facebook in one breath and vehemently denies its ability to influence the public in the next.
Sara, thank you.
When a friend of mine first presented me with the idea that 2049 was a deeply misogynist and problematic film I was startled.
Shit, did I miss something?
I walked out of the film with the complete opposite takeaway but I entertained the opposing view. We all…
1) I don’t know why you assume I have not heard of Scuf. I have, their controllers are not equal to Microsoft’s Elite controller. Those are not premium quality options with the same kind of software support and ease of use that the Elite controller employs.
I don’t have anything substantial to add, but this excerpt made me immediately purchase your book on Amazon, so well done?
Internet-based media seems like the successor to TV. I don’t think it will be 360 videos — VR is better served by being fully interactive and therefor computer generated — but live viewer feedback or…
What a phenomenal read, Ashley! In the early paragraphs, I pondered whether it was fact or fiction (I was unfamiliar with the story). One positive side effect of these mass shootings is our nation’s newfound interest in mental health. While this shift is often seen as a smoke screen to avoid tackling our problematic love affair with firearms, it is a…