Tag Archive | cyberpunk
Seattle, the Sprawl, the Metroplex, was a city. And cities, cities have character. Cities have history. Cities, real ones, not the hallow constructs of corporate suburbia or that drek they fed you in the trids, live and breath. The denizens make them, well, unique. The built the cities, they kept the cities, the […]
Cyberpunk + Philosophy, sign me up!
Tweet of the Day: Lara’s Fall Cyber Punk is Techno, because if you want to convey the strident sour notes of a technological dystopia, nothing says that like electronic music. But this trope shows that all art is a product of its times. Cyberpunk is techno precisely because that was how the collective ID […]
A quick update to let you know that I have posted the first interview with a game developer on my gaming You Tube channel:
Tweet of the Day: A Review of Read Only Memories: A New Cyberpunk Adventure ——- Torgersen often notes in interviews that he’s been married to an African-American woman for 21 years, so “I don’t need some know-it-all to come lecture me about race stuff,” he tells me. Torgersen says the Hugos are beset by identity […]
Tweet of the Day: Who Won Science Fiction’s Hugo Awards, and Why It Matters ——- One of the defining characteristics of nation-states is their monopoly over the use of violence, either as a tool for policing or as a tool of statecraft. So, if you have corporations whose power rivals or exceed that […]
Welcome to another edition of the Weekend Writing Warriors blog chain. We continue with another snippet from my short story collection, Weirder and Wilder Tales, which is a mix of speculative fiction short stories from high fantasy to science fiction with a dash of horror thrown in for good measure. Most are flash […]