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Darryl Wright
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Father, software developer, writer, audiophile, and technology zealot.
Father, software developer, writer, audiophile, and technology zealot.

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We're looking for an experienced game designer with some production chops for a 6-month contract here at our Halifax studio. Come and work with a fantastic team. If you know anyone, please help me spread the word.
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Gogii Lighthouse Games in Halifax Nova Scotia is looking for game programmers to join our team!
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Can't wait to play this one. #games  
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I compiled Dying Scene's best punk records of 2015 here for your listening pleasure. 
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Rediscovering this fantastic track. Doesn't seem to be available on any of the streaming sites though. :/

https://play.google.com/music/m/T4ed3vf6u53k4xa4chqnamemdbu?t=BROKEN_MIRROR

#music
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Beautiful cover of Rural Alberta Advantage's "Coldest Days".
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The new vProjekt record dropped out of nowhere and you need to go get it right now.


http://dwa-digital.com/album/wounds-in-the-age-of-healing #industrial #ebm #electronica
VPROJEKT
VPROJEKT
dwa-digital.com
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Interesting perspective on the digital watch vs the mechanical:

“Vintage mechanical watches are among the very finest fossils of the pre-digital age. Each one is a miniature world unto itself, a tiny functioning mechanism, a congeries of minute and mysterious moving parts. Moving parts! And consequently these watches are, in a sense, alive. They have heartbeats,” wroteWilliam Gibson over fifteen years ago. “They seem to respond, Tamagotchi-like, to ‘love,’ in the form, usually, of the expensive ministrations of specialist technicians. Like ancient steam-tractors or Vincent motorcycles, they can be painstakingly restored from virtually any stage of ruin.”
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