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Ian Bogost
Writer and game designer. Professor, Contributing Editor, co-editor. Read "Play Anything":
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The Atlantic 57m
Sri Lanka’s recent ban on social media assumes that the internet's fundamental structure is an unimpeachable given. But what if it’s not?, asks
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Ian Bogost 17h
Sorry, no sorbetto tonight. This happened instead.
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Ian Bogost 17h
My dad uses to wash Peeps off under the sink to get the sugar off, so he could just eat the marshmallow part. Marshmallow is made entirely of sugar.
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Archinect 23h
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Ian Bogost 21h
Checking out the new Foucault
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
If you put a Peep on its back it looks like a Dalek.
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
“You are a monster.” —my wife
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
Replying to @tactful @adambarken
Right?
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
Replying to @HelpIamaCabbage
The stick!
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
Replying to @adambarken
I have always just avoided them because they seemed impossible to eat!
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
Replying to @ibogost
This never occurred to me ever in my life.
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
Oh my god you can slice caramel apples.
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
I had to reach into the thorns of a rose bush to retrieve a plastic egg, drawing blood in the process, and okay I get it.
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
What if critical theory and overconfident people talking too much on the internet turn out to have been the same thing?
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Ian Bogost Apr 21
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Ian Bogost Apr 20
Replying to @ibogost
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Ian Bogost Apr 20
Replying to @Bunky_Choner
It’s quite icy, which I expected, but I also could have addressed that with more or different sugars. I just wanted to try it with the sugar in the tonic alone.
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Ian Bogost Apr 20
Replying to @ibogost
It’s really interesting. It’s quite bitter, in a good way, and quinine-forward, but less so that tonic on its own.
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Ian Bogost Apr 20
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And there you have it. Gin and tonic sorbetto.
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