How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Ooh look! Info!

The first cool and amusing thing I've found today is this: soon, you'll be able to bet your house on an Asteroids game, okay, not so much, but in Vegas, they're turning classic Atari games into slot machines. That's pretty fucking cool... and I have to wonder if there will be any rolled out when we go to Vegas this winter for a wedding.

Now, in the MMORPG world, someone put together an area for SecondLife that simulates schizophrenia. Something I would like to explore, but I'm not about to get an account just so I can visit that, and the Wizard of Oz theme park that someone else built.

Finally, enjoy a new Bush campaign ad.

In other news, Network has crested 15k words, at least according to wc, so the real world count is probably lower, because I don't _think_ wc discards things like "The". At any rate, the story has been taking over my life; I think about it all the time, and have spent waaaay too much time adding to it.

It's already too big to post here, but if anyone wants to volunteer to critique it, so's that I can go from really-rough-first-draft to readable-second-draft, that would be sweet.

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