Archive for February, 2009

Introducing, Sound Current

Thursday, February 26th, 2009 Posted in Interviews, Music | No Comments »

My guest spot as an interviewer on GameSetWatch has just been extended to a regular column, called "Sound Current." This Q&A series will be exploring diverse opinions on innovative projects in videogame audio. The first installment under the ...

Pokemon Singularitarianism

Friday, February 20th, 2009 Posted in BIL, Futurism | No Comments »

This is a video of Joel Grus at BIL explaining why my religion (Pokemon Singularitarianism) is false. If you have a religion, find out why it's false by watching this video. Your Religion Is False from Jeriaska on Vimeo.

Iwatsuki on NES, SNES and XBox 360

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 Posted in Interviews, Music | No Comments »

In the latest installment of a GameSetWatch interview series, composer Hiroyuki Iwatsuki shares his experience working on three eras of videogame consoles. The titles he discusses are Chaos World for the 8-bit Famicom, Wild Guns for the Super Nintendo, ...

BIL in pictures

Monday, February 9th, 2009 Posted in BIL, Futurism | No Comments »

Did you miss BIL this year? There will be copious numbers of videos online, from myself and other volunteers of the ad-hoc, no-holds-barred unconference, once the editing has been completed. In the meantime, check out the photoset on flickr. Reichart Von ...

BIL 2009

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009 Posted in Futurism | No Comments »

BIL is an ad-hoc conference taking place this weekend in Long Beach for people changing the world in big ways. It's a place for passionate individuals to come together to energize, brainstorm, and take action. Big things happening at BIL this ...

Whistlecars and Robocars Will Save the Planet

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009 Posted in Futurism | No Comments »

Robocars can change how we live and work, change our cities, change manufacturing, housing. Crucially in today's world, they also have the potential to make serious inroads on our energy and emissions problems. This talk by Brad Templeton, chairman of ...