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October 2014

Glimpse



Halloween Double Bill – part 2!

Completing our spooky double feature tonight is Glimpse – a dark fairytale of erotic temptation and punishment.

Those familiar with the gothic style will recognise the tropes, the pained reminiscences of a narrator, haunted by visions and tormented by their own desires. A warning though, this is no story of cartoon ghosts, it is as dark and disturbing as a bottomless pit.

But then again, it is Halloween…

Glimpse



Halloween Double Bill – part 2!

Completing our spooky double feature tonight is Glimpse – a dark fairytale of erotic temptation and punishment.

Those familiar with the gothic style will recognise the tropes, the pained reminiscences of a narrator, haunted by visions and tormented by their own desires. A warning though, this is no story of cartoon ghosts, it is as dark and disturbing as a bottomless pit.

But then again, it is Halloween…

Halloween Double Bill – part 1!

First up in tonight’s spooky double feature of ghost stories is Fall – a story of teenage impetuousness and dark places set in 1950s New England.

Are you afraid of the dark?

Halloween Double Bill – part 1!

First up in tonight’s spooky double feature of ghost stories is Fall – a story of teenage impetuousness and dark places set in 1950s New England.

Are you afraid of the dark?

Wonderful story! I love concepts of the future that harken back to the past in recognizable ways, while still clearly being progressions. And the idea of Sexcapade and its philosophy for determining your enjoyment, or the algorithms for the inevitable elimination of free will, choice, and identity, was very stirring, both in terms of passion and creativity…

Astutely spotted. Yes, the world described in Inevitable is still almost recognisable as our own. There are cultural differences, reflecting the current trend of social liberalisation. Fifty years ago, being gay was a crime punishable by imprisonment, now gay couples can marry. Who knows what our attitude to sex will be a hundred years from now?

The other key difference was technology, Sexcapade is the descendent of today’s data-driven tech companies, the ones that use algorithms to decide what to show us, that conjure ads designed to tempt us. It’s all done implicitly. I loved the idea of taking this to the logical conclusion, attempting to capture every possible signal from our hidden sexual selves, and using it to contrive experiences that become progressively more and more compelling.

Here’s a revelation from behind the scenes: the first draft of the story featured a questionnaire. But then I realised that a process that didn’t involve questions was far more intriguing. Because we all have masks to wear, our minds keep secret what we really desire, but if you can read the language, you’ll know our bodies never lie…

It’s Inevitable.

Wonderful story! I love concepts of the future that harken back to the past in recognizable ways, while still clearly being progressions. And the idea of Sexcapade and its philosophy for determining your enjoyment, or the algorithms for the inevitable elimination of free will, choice, and identity, was very stirring, both in terms of passion and creativity…

Astutely spotted. Yes, the world described in Inevitable is still almost recognisable as our own. There are cultural differences, reflecting the current trend of social liberalisation. Fifty years ago, being gay was a crime punishable by imprisonment, now gay couples can marry. Who knows what our attitude to sex will be a hundred years from now?

The other key difference was technology, Sexcapade is the descendent of today’s data-driven tech companies, the ones that use algorithms to decide what to show us, that conjure ads designed to tempt us. It’s all done implicitly. I loved the idea of taking this to the logical conclusion, attempting to capture every possible signal from our hidden sexual selves, and using it to contrive experiences that become progressively more and more compelling.

Here’s a revelation from behind the scenes: the first draft of the story featured a questionnaire. But then I realised that a process that didn’t involve questions was far more intriguing. Because we all have masks to wear, our minds keep secret what we really desire, but if you can read the language, you’ll know our bodies never lie…

It’s Inevitable.

Inevitable was utterly amazing. I would read a whole series on that futuristic world. It left me trembling and wanting. Thank you so much.

Glad to hear it had such an delicious effect.

Inevitable was, believe it or not, my first ever futuristic story. But perhaps I’ll revisit Sexcapade and its world of devious sexual adventures, I have a feeling there’s many more tales of desire and temptation to be told… 

Inevitable was utterly amazing. I would read a whole series on that futuristic world. It left me trembling and wanting. Thank you so much.

Glad to hear it had such an delicious effect.

Inevitable was, believe it or not, my first ever futuristic story. But perhaps I’ll revisit Sexcapade and its world of devious sexual adventures, I have a feeling there’s many more tales of desire and temptation to be told… 

Inevitable was utterly amazing. I would read a whole series on that futuristic world. It left me trembling and wanting. Thank you so much.

Glad to hear it had such an delicious effect.

Inevitable was, believe it or not, my first ever futuristic story. But perhaps I’ll revisit Sexcapade and its world of devious sexual adventures, I have a feeling there’s many more tales of desire and temptation to be told… 

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