‘Mr. Robot’ and ‘Halt and Catch Fire’: Producers Say the Depiction of Hackers Isn’t Always Realistic, and That’s Okay
Indiewire asked me to cover this panel on the portrayal of hackers in media. Since the Halt and Catch Fire showrunners on the panel, I wore my Cardiff Electric shirt
How Mr. Robot’s Incredibly Detailed Easter Eggs Come Together
This is very cool. Yes, it’s extremely cool. And yet…
I was having a conversation just this morning about how, since there is no good history or canon or widely-accessible account of the history of interactive storytelling, we keep seeing articles like this that frame the project a new, innovative and different from everything that’s come before. Instead of part of a long chain of works that have explored this territory and that continue to evolve.
Review: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 2 Premiere, ‘Unm4Sk.tc,’ Finds New Ways to fsociety
@indiewire seems to like my addled take on television programs, so they’re letting me review season 2 of @whoismrrobot. And now that I have more room to run than the 250 words I got to talk about Game of Thrones, I’ve gone a little wild.
So check out my piece on the two-part season premiere, which I managed to stuff with references to Dune, Hamilton, the KLF, and Voltaire, and in which we discover the least sexy sentence in the English language.
Christian Slater: "Are you gonna act, or not?“
bronwen: “You’re doing enough acting for everyone.”