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January 19 2013

Escape is set in a future where power-harvesting technologies are economically viable. Here, play is compulsory because schools have seen fit to offset the high cost of fossil fuels via energy harvested from the activity of children.
The cost of electricity becomes so inflated that electrically-powered play is in fact an endangered past time. To the point that the main character, Essie, steals energy from a fellow student so that she can later animate her own pretend world, which is… entirely dependent on electric power.
(via LivingClimateChange)
Free Ride
in here, we witness a day in the life of the protagonist Essie, where she’s a young girl on a mission, following her whims (and defending her honor) along the way. In the end, Essie is a timely reminder of 12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki who, in 1992, spoke to U.N. delegates at Rio’s Earth Summit from a youth perspective, and “silenced the world for 6 minutes.”
(via LivingClimateChange)

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August 21 2011

Emotional evaluation of common rage faces
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