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Tutorial 02: Color Theory

Color Theory is a essential guide for miniature painters, especially for achieve good and coherent look to our miniatures. Let’s see how to learn about it: 1,028 more words


The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives - Part I

 By: Jafe Arnold

From the Indo-Europeans to the ‘New World’

he world’s diversity of cultures has successfully defied the “globalization” of the Atlanticist, Liberal, unipolar “End of History” scenario proclaimed in the 1990’s. 2,693 more words


The Paradox of the Machine

I thought the machine took us away from ourselves, made things at the same time too mechanical, too material, to the point where we lost something human.  157 more words


Nothing to see here

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WITHOUT so much as a hello, smile or a wave, Mike Parr last night climbed out of his underground tomb before being whisked out of Hobart\u2019s cold and dark winter.“,”link”:”https:\/\/cdn.newsapi.com.au\/link\/cda98fb877b4b0d87e1958468ea4b76e”,”paidStatus”:”PREMIUM”,”originalSource”:”Mercury”,”creditedSource”:”Mercury”,”subscriptionSummary”:”IT ended with a whimper and the street will be back to normal for peak hour this morning. 6,821 more words


Sociomateriality of virtual items in online games

By Denis Bulygin

In this essay I reflect on virtual cosmetic goods in online games, their connection to embodied interaction and sociomateriality. When thinking of embodied interaction, I often associate it with ‘third wave’ of HCI. 1,778 more words


the superstitions of time and the Goalkeeper's logic

Sometimes, well most of the time, the only cause for a regretful decision is “lack of time”. Or at least that’s how we like to put it. 686 more words