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You, Robot

November 26, 2012
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Airport lounge + fruit and vegetable stand

The reFRESHer.

Both

  • Makes smoothies with straw or bottle top
  • SmallTalk
  • Pay with card or cash

Airport

  • stores luggage
  • alarm to make sure you don’t miss your flight
  • colorful fruit-themed luggage tags
  • Dispenses pillows for the weary traveler

Fruit stand

  • weighs fruit

Appearance

  • Colorful
  • funnel coming out of the side for smoothies
  • base opens up to weigh and store luggage and retrieve pillows
  • cheerful face
  • front screen displaying information and options
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Caption Time

November 26, 2012
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  • Escaped convict couple caught.
  • Leather jacked enthusiasts examine the intricate texture of a brick wall.
  • Blue alien snake pulls humans to spaceship.
  • Genuflecting monk learns to hover.
  • My life.
  • Fishes learn to embrace the (Fire)fox.
  • What is up with this weird shaped window?  This is what happens when you design a building for “artists”
  • Lonely bench.
  • Express firings
  • A room with too much view.

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Road map for the final project

November 26, 2012
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Goal: To have the foundations for a simple game, and the road map to making it.

I need:

  • Basic premise — game in a sentence
  • Genre
  • Engine
  • Schedule for creating assets
  • Deadlines for myself

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Praise iTepp

November 19, 2012
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Core mission: Pray to the iTepp, the god of earbuds, to ensure they don’t get super tangled.

Name: The Divine Promise of Order (In a Life of Chaos)

Recruiting: Promise a life of easy music that is also free of sacrifices*.

Do’s and Don’t’s:

  • NO HEADPHONES
  • Have a music device at all times
  • Take care of your music
  • Leaders sit in a net woven of earbuds, Silent Age
  • Rank determined by how many earbuds you can untangle
  • We accept all.  Except deaf people.
  • Tone deaf people are accepted, but can never become leaders.
  • Meetings: an mp3 is posted, and everyone gets together and begins listening to it at the same time.
  • There is an intricate dance that involves weaving among other members.
  • You must always be listening to music
  • You must wear a red hat on the first Tuesday of every month.
  • Annual bake sale to raise funds.

Managing members:

  • Severe punishment: Covering the ears with duct tape
  • Reward system: Good Behavior means more music
  • Being given a large mass of tangled headphones is a great honor, shows you are trusted.
  • Finding your own headphones tangled is a sign of unfaithfulness
  • Breaking the Red Hat rule is grounds for immediate expulsion

Logo: Yin Yang with earbuds.

*probably


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Renaming the week

November 19, 2012
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My Little Pony characters and fruit

  • Monday: Tangerinesparkleday (Twilight Sparkle + tangerine)
  • Tuesday: Fluttergoday (Fluttershy + mango)
  • Wednesday: Jackappleday (Applejack + apple)
  • Thursday: Rarecherryday (Rarity + cherry)
  • Friday: Pinkiwiday (Pinkie Pie + kiwi)
  • Saturday: Grapebowdashday (Rainbow Dash + grape)
  • Sunday: Spikermelonday (Spike + watermelon)

(picture of the characters)


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Un-redacted

November 12, 2012
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Source A: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock (first verse): http://www.bartleby.com/198/1.html

Source B: The opening text of Mass Effect 3: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2012/155/2/c/mass_effect_3_opening_text_by_pk_chan-d529qq8.jpg

Final result:

Let us discover then, you and humanity,

When the universe is spread in against the years

Like a place etherized upon a species;

Let us overshadow, through certain peaceful streets,

The muttering future

Of restless pasts in one-night idyllic hotels

And sawdust reapers with oyster-shells:

Races that follow like a sentient argument

Of dark intent

To find you to an organic question …

Oh, do not return, “What is life?”

Let us accept and make our leaders.


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And then what happens?

November 12, 2012
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Praise, Accelerator, Problematic

Possible Titles:

  • The Problematic Acceleration of Praise
  • The Problematic Accelerator of Praise
  • Accelerating Praise Problematically
  • Problematic Praising of Acceleration
  • Acceleration’s Problems and Praise
  • Covering the Problem of the Praise of Acceleration
  • The Accelerating Praise in Problems
  • A Praising of Acceleration and its Problems
  • An Accelerating Praise of Problems

Possible opening lines for Acceleration’s Problems and Praise:

  • I’ve always found it difficult to deal with complements, which made my ascent to internet fame particularly traumatizing.
  • Moving forward, we can only wish to have a little of our knowledge gained from yesterday.
  • It was free-fall, literally and figuratively.
  • I’m not much for philosophy, but there’s something about plummeting from sixty stories up that’ll inspire someone to think.
  • Well here we are.  Me, with sixty stories to fall and you to poke about in my brain.  It’ll be peachy.
  • Where did it all go wrong?  Not ever counting falling off the building, it was wrong long before then.
  • As the fence broke and I tipped over the edge, I suddenly developed a penchant for philosophy.

A journey to the center of the mind game, taking place as the person falls off a building and flashes back on their life.


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Random Objects

November 5, 2012
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  • vitamins
  • ducks
  • wolves
  • lights
  • monitor
  • wrapper
  • candy
  • phone
  • sunglasses
  • teacups
  • microphone
  • pencils
  • moon
  • tickets
  • basket
  • dancing shoes
  • fire alarm
  • pin-on button
  • apple
  • dragon

New Mixes

  • Phone + fire alarm: phone/laptop app that sends off an alarm if the phone’s temperature gets too high
  • Ticket + moon: tickets that look like a full moon.  When you enter the event, they get torn so the remaining part looks like a crescent moon
  • Vitamins + dragon: vitamins shaped like canines, advertised as “dragons teeth”
  • Duck + basket: woven basket in the shape of a sleeping duck, with its head and feet somewhat tucked in
  • Lights + pencil: eraser attachment of a small light,to angled down to the writing surface.
  • Pin-on button + monitor: computer widget that lets you change your icons to buttons that are pinned on your backdrop
  • Wolves + dancing shoes: shoes with traction pads on the bottom that are spaced to resemble a wolf’s foot, small definition around the toes
  • Apple + wrapper: food that has been dipped in something hard and edible.  you can either wash it off and eat the wrapper, or peel it away
  • Candy + microphone: candy that resonates in your mouth and makes your voice louder

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The Stranger

November 5, 2012
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Photos: chocolate-chip hazelnut pancakes and a blue flower.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/swnsng/8153543003/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanillasplash/8153386182

The man has prepared a delicious mother’s day breakfast, with a beautiful flower to add to the plate.  On his way to deliver it, some hobos have caught the sweet scent of the pancakes and made chase.  He has left it with you, after removing one pancake, in the hope that he can distract the hobos by luring them into an alleyway and leave them with that single pancake.  He will then return for the rest, and complete the delivery to his mother.

By Cassie and Anna


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Temperate Independence

November 5, 2012
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Obeying the Rules:

Pros:

  • helps your art be understood and appreciated by others
  • keeps guidelines for you to follow
  • gives you standards by which to measure your art

Cons:

  • Many people obey the rules.
  • It can be hard to stand out
  • Some rules constrict your work

Being different

Pros

  • Grants you more freedom
  • You are the only person who can define what you are making

Cons:

  • It can be hard to be understood or appreciated by others
  • Just because it’s unique doesn’t mean it’s good

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