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  • Why Did Photographers Embrace NFTs, but Artists Didn’t?
    The above image depicts a group of randomly selected Twitter accounts from JBR’s research on creatives. As you can tell, those on the left are pro-NFT — they have their own collections — whereas those on the right are anti-NFT. What makes this especially interesting, however, is that everyone on the right is a traditionalContinue reading “Why Did Photographers Embrace NFTs, but Artists Didn’t?”
  • Changing to Fit the Times
    We often say that people succeed because they’re in the right place at the right time — but what if you change yourself to fit this place and this time?
  • Trends in Mass Murder Techniques
    While doing research on my upcoming post surrounding infamous mass shooter Adam Lanza, I noticed a particularly bizarre historical pattern: mass murder techniques seem to follow historical patterns. In this post I go over these historical periods, as well as what might be the reason behind it.
  • What Decides Good Art?
    Art has always been, of course, a little subjective. But it has always been a debate as to where the subjectivity ends and the objectivity begins. Could we figure out what makes an objectively good artwork?
  • Cyberpunk in 2022
    Cyberpunk (the franchise, not the genre) is shaping up to be one of the more interesting AAA stories of recent years. I wanted to write a brief about my own experiences with the series, it’s most recent successes (and failures), and where things might go from here.

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New to the blog? Check out some of these recommended posts first:

A Guide to Fiction Writing

A Few Thoughts on MMOs

Why NFTs Don’t Work for Games

What’s “Hivemind”?

The Weird, Magical World of Modern Day Quora

10 Tips on Writing

You can see a list of all the posts on the blog here.

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