Category: General Media

  • Saying Goodbye to The Rathskeller Club

    Saying Goodbye to The Rathskeller Club

    Seg reflects on his final goodbye to the San Francisco immersive theatre venue of the last seven years.

  • Interactive Fiction & Netflix

    Interactive Fiction & Netflix

    This article won’t contain spoilers. I haven’t experienced Bandersnatch yet. As 2018 came to a close, Netflix released Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, an interactive film exclusive to the platform. Black Mirror is our current time’s Twilight Zone where the genre allows for a deep dive into a single idea of fiction and allowing us to reexamine…

  • The Speakeasy and Audience Consent

    The Speakeasy and Audience Consent

    Seg goes to a preview performance of The Speakeasy and finds a show that doesn’t respect an audience.

  • Two Houses [Alike in Dignity]

    Two Houses [Alike in Dignity]

    Seg talks about his work in the immersive theatre production “Two Houses [Alike in Dignity]”

  • Rich Media Content on Social Media

    Rich Media Content on Social Media

    By adding a few HTML tags and an image, your links will be branded on social media in a way you can control.

  • My story of The Latitude Society

    My story of The Latitude Society

    John *Seg* Seggerson’s account of Nonchalance’s The Latitude Society.

  • The Quick Indie Guide to Protecting Your Accounts

    Hello! If a friend linked you here, it’s because they care about your online accounts from getting seriously steamrolled. While there’s always a degree of risk, these steps will cut that risk significantly. Where at worse, if one account becomes compromised, it doesn’t give the keys to everything else you have. Update: Crash Override Network’s tool C.O.A.C.H.…

  • Breaking DNS and Putting it Together Again (ish)

    Last Sunday I read an article in Wired Magazine about Dan Kaminsky who had discovered a flaw with one of the basic fundamentals of the Internet, the Domain Name System. The experts watched as Kaminsky opened his laptop and connected the overhead projector. He had created a “weaponized” version of his attack on this vulnerability to demonstrate its power.…

  • A Fat Pipe

    Following up from the last post about AT&T, I want to talk about what I want from my cell phone, internet, cable, and the rest of the communication sector: A fat, dumb pipe. I don’t care about Comcast’s video content. I don’t care about AT&T’s Blue Room or any other crap. I am paying you…