Posts Tagged ‘blog: fiction’.

When I Was A Kid Websites Were Where Spiders Lived

Time for more Twitters similar to last time

Automated Fiction Generator (updated!)


A kind Marksman named Nebu has informed me that, with respect to Wondermark #554 — The Electro-Plasmic Hydrocephalic Genre-Fiction Generator 2000 — the automated version that had once existed (created by a reader) now seems to, er, not exist.

So he made a new one! Thank you, Nebu!

Folks, just visit this link as many times as you like to generate a completely novel, utterly un-derivative piece of genre fiction each and every time. Guaranteed!

[The Automated Genre-Fiction Generator]

[The Genre-Fiction Generator as a 16 x 16″ Poster]

Better Olympic Narratives

Like lots of you perhaps, I’m watching bits of the Olympics, and it’s interesting to watch how the same basic narratives are played over and over in an attempt to add drama to the sports. Fundamentally, the Olympics is about world-class athletes competing with one another, so of course they’re all going to be dedicated, and the pride of their country.


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Call me back, Charles

Call me back, Charles

IMPORTANT RECAP of the basketball team pick-times

If you missed the NBA draft last night, don’t worry! I watched all the drama unfold live, and have a handy recap for you right here.