“How do you feel?” I think it’s instinctual for people to ask that question when you tell them you’ve just finished a big project. And I’ve been asked it a dozen or so times since I put the last period on the last sentence of the Marlowe Kana Volume 4 manuscript. And in every single iteration, I’ve answered the same way: “Good. TIRED. Relieved.”...
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Hi. I'm Joe, and I'm trying. With any luck and a shitton of resolve, I'll end up doing.
Last week, The Japan Times celebrated the 30th anniversary of the release of the seminal anime / sci-fi / cyberpunk / 8th Wonder Of The World, Akira, and I got to be a part of it!
The Tohru Aizawa Quartet recorded only one record in 1969. It's being re-released this year, and it's a true treasure in every sense of the word: A record considered by experts to be one of the finest Jazz albums ever made, and in 2018, you can't find it anywhere (until now!)
I ran across an article that summarized all the technological changes of the internet the last ten years. It got me thinking about all the other changes - both on the internet, and in my life -- as well.
We discuss my career, how I left college after 6 months to be a dot com kid, how that led to book deals, television writing, the Akira art exhibit, and a mental breakdown, and also, what even is Cyberpunk?
The outrage engine isn't stopping anytime soon, unless we stop it.
Holy crap my first Netflix show!
Seriously, not an "I Told You So" so much as a "Please, for the love of God, listen to those of us who might know a lot about this thing you suddenly decided to be into"