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May Links Post

Things My Friends Have Done

Things I Have Done

Edit, mostly. I think I might need to remove this section from future links posts since it’s never anything terribly impressive.

Things Strangers Have Done

  • Will Self rambled on and on and on about obscure words and what sounds like the endorsement of censorship because it drives people to me more creative. Needless to say, I don’t agree with him.
  • The Jacobin Mag takes a stance against chairs, of all things…
  • An interesting theory of storytelling (in game design) is mooted: story events are expenses against credibility as defined by the world-building.
  • Health At Every Size provides helpful pointers in how to remain a critical thinker about health.
  • A self-professed fan of Damien Hirst has some harsh words about his latest exhibition.
  • 9GAG shows you how to make headphones that are less shitty than Beats. As the cheerful possessor of some much better-quality, cheaper studio-tracking headphones (AKG K271 MKIIs, although there’s little enough between them and AKG K272s) I support this. For both professional and domestic applications, there are better and cheaper headphones.

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