Link Roundup – 2016 03 02

Some things worth looking at from the past week or so:

Kids These Days

Congrats for making me hate both sides of this argument.

A millennial complained about her job; the Internet responded by complaining about millennials. This guy actually had some great things to say.

He is what’s missing from most “conversations” on the Internet.

A series of bad choices, published for all to see online, goes viral and like magic, old and young people alike start rattling off all that’s wrong about kids these days.

Listen, assholes: You made mistakes when you were young. So did I. We still make mistakes.”

Sometimes, it’s not just the kids’ fault. We don’t have to coddle her mistakes while still admitting that it’s kind of a screwed up world out there for anyone looking to forge a living as a young adult.

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Starkers

Why are we so obsessed with the human form that we’ve become paradoxically indifferent to it? — Patrick Kirk-Smith, from his review of Starkers

Starkers, by Davy and Kristin McGuire. Take a look at their projects page for a ton of other incredible projector-based work, such as The Icebook.

(via Prosthetic Knowledge)

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Air Fountain

So mezmerizing.

By Daniel Wurtzel.

(via Prosthetic Knowledge)

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The man who made ‘the worst video game in history’

An interesting insight from a game developer turned psychotherapist:

Programmers and therapists are all systems analysts. It’s just that I’ve moved on to a much more sophisticated hardware.

The article is mainly a history of Atari, and nothing like that quotation.

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