Do you know who you are? That was the question the game, known to a select few as The Funhouse Hallway was asking its players to answer, but Aishi, MJ, and The Forum were never able to complete it.
That was in the early days of the internet. Aishi and MJ grew up together as the internet came into its own. But suddenly, Aishi was gone, leaving MJ to make sense of a person who didn’t give her much if anything to work off of. After all, you can be anyone online.
In light of certain experiences during her podcasting efforts, MJ has decided to tell the story of the friend she didn’t quite know. But whose to say who she’ll find… After all, you can be anyone online.
This isn’t your typical review show. It’s not asking how many technical check boxes something ticks off. Sometimes other questions are more important. Questions like: Who cares if something is good? Do we like it? Is it important to us?
Welcome to this exploration to the role the media we consume play in our lives. It’s beautiful, absurd, complicated, weird, education, and so much more.
Do you want to make all the things while still working the job that allows you to exist but don’t know how to best go about it?
Neither do we! But we can at least sort through all the advice out across all parallel universes, so you don’t have to!
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The Oracle of Dusk
It’s called oneiromancy, and we used to exult it: this idea that our dreams could reveal things about ourselves we couldn’t see with our eyes. We don’t believe in it anymore, but do you think it has stopped? Don’t you think some of us may still be having dreams we can’t handle?
My name, to you, is Delphi. This has been my nightmare. Can you believe that? Do you know what I should do? Can you blame me for not doing it?