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    Web videomaking: Resource guide for newcomers

    More and more people are getting into videomaking and streaming. The pandemic has further pushed people to work on projects from their home. I think we should create a resource guide, like a list of key resources in music, stock footage, software, tutorials, and so on.

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      I agree with the point that even through a dystopian narrative, we are looking for the final climax that’s utopian or at least convincingly “good” in the end, or a world on the mend, something like that. In a utopian narrative, that hook is missing. We need a hook for any type of narrative, and in a utopian work, for example, we know where it will start from and end on. We also know that it’s not likely to go from a utopia to a dystopia in a narrative.

      Why Is Utopian Literature Less Popular Than Dystopian Literature?

      Invoking collective social empathy via video games is just like invoking it via a book or other form of art. First, you need to be commercially successful, and only then you can have an impact. Most of the bigger studios like EA, Rockstar, or even CDPR for that matter, don’t really have this as a priority because of the cashflow they need to maintain, and that’s such a bummer.

      How Video Games can Change the World for Domestic Violence Survivors

      “Unclear code” – that really hits home. Social media leaves simply too many openings and although I too agree that it’s instrumental to our growth as a society, it comes with its own set of evils and perils including cancel culture. A well-argued piece.

      Anime Versus Cancel Culture