Posts Tagged ‘Travis Chen’

Esther In The Headlights: Dear Esteban

By Adam Smith on November 19th, 2012.

A windmill. But what is wind? And what does utilitarianism have to do with the price of oatcakes?

This is the very first time that you have been here before. The whales are watching you. They know what you did. What did you do? Ask the whales but they won’t tell you because they are silent. Mysteriously silent. You probably killed someone and it might have been an accident but there’s almost definitely blood on your hands or lipstick on your collar, or a ghost in your shoe. The hills have the answers but they’re as quiet as the whales. Only the wind has a voice and it whispers so quietly that all you can make out is a name. Esteban. Download Dear Esteban to learn the truth about your past and that girl with the eighties hair. It’s free.

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The Song Of My People: Typing Karaoke

By Nathan Grayson on October 30th, 2012.

BUT I'M A CREEEEEEEEP.

These are sad times we live in. The typing game is a dying form, as evidenced by the fact that Typing of the Dead never got a million sequels or infected other zombie-centric franchises with its admirable linguistic prowess. But there is hope for the clumsy fingered among you. Musical hope. Typing Karaoke is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: well-known hits from the decades of yore play, and you type furiously to just barely keep up. It ends up being an oddly arrhythmic experience, but it’s still a fun (and technically educational!) timewaster.

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