A Zine View of the Trope Tank

Thursday 25 September 2014, 3:36 pm   //////  

My most unconventional lab is documented in a new zine by Sherri Wasserman, one available for download and screen-viewing now; it will be available in DIY print-and-bind-your-own format soon.

The publication is Restore [Return] Shift, and it’s the second in a series of zines documenting spaces that preserve and offer access to creative computing.

A rare color photo can be seen on the Instragram announcement.

From Restore [Return] Shift

3 Comments »

  1. Hi Nick,

    I couldn’t help but be intrigued by the poster on “Polish Digital Literature” and “Brief History of Interactive Fiction”. Is there anywhere where I could find higher resolution versions of these?Thanks!

    Cheers, Ben

    Comment by Ben Kybartas — 2014-10-14 @ 4:54 am
  2. I’ve asked Piotr Marecki about his Polish Digital Literature poster; the interactive fiction is a fairly old (c. 2000) one done by Stephen Granade. I’m not sure the files are available for printing, but information on it is here:

    http://brasslantern.org/community/history/timeline-c.html

    Comment by Nick Montfort — 2014-10-14 @ 10:29 am
  3. Great, thanks!

    Comment by Ben Kybartas — 2014-10-14 @ 12:37 pm

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