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Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 20th anniversary
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy text adventure game, 20th anniversary online Flash edition. Save frequently, the game will kill you often, it's a bit mean like that.
sci-fi  fiction  games  humour 
7 days ago by stu-rem
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 30th anniversary
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy text adventure game, 30th anniversary online HTML5 edition. Save frequently, the game will kill you often, it's a bit mean like that.
sci-fi  fiction  games  humour 
7 days ago by stu-rem
Nike and Boeing Are Paying Sci-Fi Writers to Predict Their Futures
Alternatively referred to as sci-fi prototyping, futurecasting, or worldbuilding, the goal of these companies is generally the same: help clients create forward-looking fiction to generate ideas and IP for progress or profit.
sci-fi  economy  future 
12 days ago by carlesbellver
GitSquared/edex-ui: A science fiction terminal emulator designed for large touchscreens that runs on all major OSs.
eDEX-UI is a fullscreen desktop application resembling a sci-fi computer interface, heavily inspired from DEX-UI and the TRON Legacy movie effects. It runs the shell of your choice in a real terminal, and displays live information about your system. It was made to be used on large touchscreens but will work nicely on a regular desktop computer or perhaps a tablet PC or one of those funky 360° laptops with touchscreens.
desktop  sci-fi 
15 days ago by ghiden
scribblscrabbl - General Relativity
This isn't a glitch, it's a reset, the second chance he knew better than to hope for but hoped for anyway like a fever he couldn't sweat out. It's the universe telling him that if he does it right, he'll pay his debts and then some, because he can keep the story from ending here. He can save the story. And to save the story, he needs to save the hero.
fandom:Inception  year:2018  Rating:Mature  pairing:Arthur/Eames  sci-fi  time-loop  violence  future-fic  aliens  words:10.000-15.000 
26 days ago by hear-the-rain
Borderless shows us the tech-fueled nightmare that we’ve all created | Ars Technica
Review: Where do you draw the line between who you are and what you want to be?
Borderless, a novel released on October 30, 2018, continues the story begun in Bandwidth of a near-future Earth that has been wracked by natural disaster and yet still remains in thrall to Silicon Valley. Ars readers can enjoy an excerpt here.
I'm not proud of it, but it's true: I read the bulk of Eliot Peper's latest sci-fi thriller, Borderless, over multiple trips the bathroom. It probably deserved drawn-out sessions in a fireplace-adjacent armchair or at least an airplane ride with a cheap mixed drink at the ready, but hey. Given all of the demands on my time, both personal and professional, I found that there are ever-diminishing opportunities to sit down and read an honest-to-goodness, dead-tree book.
Like most of you, I do a ton of reading—nearly all of it on a computer screen or, more likely, my iPhone. I'm reading news, Twitter, and a never-ending deluge of emails. I've nearly excised Facebook from my life and have long-ago deleted Instagram from my phone. For me, having the discipline to engage with a book is often a challenge.
books  technology  review  sci-fi  thriller 
4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Dystopias Now • Commune KIM STANLEY ROBINSON
I’ve been saying that science fiction works by a kind of double action, like the glasses people wear when watching 3D movies. One lens of science fiction’s aesthetic machinery portrays some future that might actually come to pass; it’s a kind of proleptic realism. The other lens presents a metaphorical vision of our current moment, like a symbol in a poem. Together the two views combine and pop into a vision of History, extending magically into the future.
dystopia  criticism  sci-fi 
5 weeks ago by jomc

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