it was going to generate the slides too, but they weren't funny
But there's neil cicierega's @GoodSlides which gets suitably odd slides to be randomly paired with concepts
But there were some that weren't really suitable for Manhattan JS and they wanted to present it there. And anyway, it's less funny when it's obvs rude... so they made an admin interface for rating SlideShare gems
Byron Hulcher @hypirlink
Started going to Manhattan JS and they do Battle Decks aka Powerpoint Karaoke. You get a random assortment of slides and random people from the audience give presentations on it. They never picked Byron.
But then he found Glitch, and implemented the game on it. It generates a concept for an app (using Tracery) and you have to pitch it. Kind of like a card game I played, The Big Idea
Presenting a bound volume, Last Book Ever...a pop up book. He loves digital media and made this to answer the question, "What don't you want digitized?"
Rives is a paper engineer who made pop up books professionally once
The text is a poem that the book is reading about itself
There's a house of cards
There is a postcard, because those are way more personal than txt msgs
But first, open projector
Todd's first, as "sacrifice"
"Hitchhiker" is meant to run on 2+ computers talking to each other. One is guide, the other, audience
The guide cues up websites like they're slides and shows them to the audiences. The guide can deface the websites and add sound effects and GIFs and things.
Best videogame area? #gameingTheory
I’ve made a small web page cataloguing the generative dictionaries - bots and the like - that I’ve been able to find online, along with some sample output and external links. Take a look!
Best videogame spoiler? #gameingTheory
Greasiest videogame? #gameingTheory
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