Solve Unamusement: 9/26/10 - 10/3/10

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Solve Unamusement has been closed, but that does not mean you can't still find random amusements or keep in touch with the former author of this blog.

Everything shall be on the author's deviantART journal and there is a feed to go with it.

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Sound Byte

Been awhile, has it not? Yes, Solve Unamusement took something of an unofficial break from the world of blogging and the like but such things happen to us all. Now today we'll handle a few things all music related that have been in the Solve Unamusement bookmark for a bit.

First on the list is audiojack. To put that simple, they are audio sounds which tell a story. What story is completely up to interpretation; so much so that there is a forum centered around the entire concept of explaining what story you have heard and sharing it with others. (that sub-forum) The sounds and stories are amazing (and lame) only based on how you've seen them, so don't forget how much perception is involved before you scoff.

Next we shall look at Symphony of Science and what is involved there. Generally speaking, nothing more than quotes from some of our greatest scientific minds of the last ten or so years set to auto-tune and an extra little beat of music but for anyone who's got a creationists on his back about the "lacking of beauty in design" this is a nice shut-up-button.

However the concepts and the way the music is put together is the enjoyment. Sure the message is there, scientific thought is here and we intend to stay around (get used to it) but that's not the point there. Continue on if you'd like to see some embedded music or view their main site where you can download.

Alter Ego

Ever thought to yourself, "If only I had handled that point in my life differently?" I'm sure you have, we all have! Then there is the point where we see things, or hear of things, and wonder how we might have handled that situation. Then there is the thought, how will I handle things in the future? How will life go if I act in a certain way?

Questions upon questions upon questions we all have can now be semi-answered by an interesting life experiment and/or game called Alter Ego.

Describing this game as a "Life Simulator" is both true and false at the same time. How to describe it is also lacking in my own understanding of things. The best thing to say is: "The game plays with the mouse and requires a good amount of reading. Have fun!"

Alter Ego

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