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K E N N E D Y
Oh, that's rather nice: file under another way of making Madeleines. I particularly like the way it illustrates the sentence being built up - that always counters disappointment nicely.
brendandawes  memories  kennedyapp  apps 
january 2014 by infovore
Regenerations – Blog – BERG
"A bit like Doctor Who’s different incarnations, while still the same company, the spaces we’ve worked in have created very different feeling BERGs.

And, a bit like Doctor Who, I guess you have one incarnation that you always think is the best, or ‘yours’." All of this.
berg  offices  workspaces  friends  memories 
march 2013 by infovore
Gaming Made Me: Coverdiscs | Rock, Paper, Shotgun
"Games of every hue are mental anchors – lumps of code that occurred at regular intervals in your life that you can hang your memories around. The reason retro gaming has such an appeal is because it provides a direct and unchanging channel to your past self – someone probably very different to the person who struts around with your body hanging off him today. For many (and overall, of course, for me) the skies weren’t only bluer, the grass wasn’t only greener and the world wasn’t only simpler in games of yesterday – so too our memories of our lives while we played them." Gosh, coverdiscs. So many memories.
games  memories  coverdiscs  willporter 
may 2011 by infovore
Hit Self-Destruct: Photo Album
"Shepard gets in his warm space suit and Mako vehicle and takes on the blizzard. I go outside and walk to work in the rain. That comparatively insignificant section of the game stands out more clearly than any other, which doesn't mean anything to anyone else other than me. I never loved Mass Effect, but I may remember that for the rest of my life." Duncan Fyfe on memories. He speaks truth.
games  memories  madeleine  association  proustian  masseffect 
may 2009 by infovore

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