Retro (Computing) Feel: Stories from the UK Amiga demoscene underground

RND/ consider super subjective, untold stories from the UK Amiga Demoscene underground – a forthcoming report from freelance internet theorist Robert What, chronicling the unique, strange and dreamy ‘near future’ retro computing feel of the UK Amiga Demoscene. Contact Robert today for more details and to get in on this open publishing project (bob at … Read more

The Super Future Feel Of Amiga Graphics

RND/ To consider the unique ‘Super Future Feel’ [1] of Amiga era graphical aesthetics [2] – as curated from oldskool Amiga magazine “The One.” [3]   Deliciously chunky polygons [4] and seemingly infinite pixellated cyberspaces [5] – a wonderfully bizarre information landscape of oddly alive ‘visual language’ where strange alien bleeps and bloops are heard. … Read more

Imaginary Megastructures

RND/ to consider several imaginary, somehow culturally computationally-parallel megastructures: Abandoned Arcology Hyperstructure Example RND Statement via Robert What: accidental homage to Masdar City on Earth. 3072 × 3456 .jpg, remix of old Doom textures An abandoned arcology hyper-structure, recently rediscovered floating on orbit around ZX84 in the Tramodine System. With its signature 27,000 mile high … Read more