A boat playground(?) seen on an apartment building in DUMBO from the Brooklyn Bridge.
Recapping our 15 new articles, 19 short posts, and most-read content from February 2023.
My review of Flood of Tears, a freeware visual novel with a ton of heart and a very charming heroine in Hina Kawase.
Is “eco-friendly” really a selling point for a single highlighter?
Wherein I offer concept art (a photograph) of what the ideal phone would look like.
An 1842 poem wherein a woman waxes poetic (literally, it’s a poem) about her very handsome horse.
I noted indirectly in a previous article that one of my favorite video games is Legend of Heroes: Trails in the […]
A long Internet Archive-aided research project into the version release history of Aru Fuyu no Monogatari.
Reviewing “A Winter’s Tale,” the official English version of a charming freeware ren’ai Japanese visual novel that had been released in Japan in 2002.
If Bing blacklists a site in its index from appearing to searchers, will it still use the site to inform its ChatGPT implementation? A simple question for Microsoft.
I published a collection of poetry by Charlotte Becker, a poet who was most active in the first quarter of the […]
When you purchase a digital ebook in one format only to have Amazon replace it with an inferior format.