Of fucking course she’s trying to insert herself into things, because nothing says “ethical journalist” like chasing the latest events and controversies to stay relevant. Funny that Wu is reverting back to her “I’m a real journalist!” act because it’s more important to her current narrative than her, “I’m a real game developer!” act.
But, no, do go on, Brianna. Tell us all about the ethics of false-flagging, sock-puppeteering, and professional victimhood.
I’m a sexist troll because I posted an image of Ashley Madison’s logo
that reveals bared shoulders. I’ve offended all women, and so I deserve
Because I’m such an “unapologetic unmitigated asshole,” the NICAR list is even proud of the “variety of people” who piled on.
I’ve always said there’s nothing more hypocritical than a
thin-skinned journalist – we dish it out every day, yet so few of us can
take it. But NICAR is even worse. It’s a thin-skinned bully.
These are journalists
who gang up on one of their own kind and wail about how they feel
threatened by a single email, while never addressing the real topic –
how their design skills could stand improvement. Then they pat each other on the back for driving away the evil.
Following the SPJ Airplay bomb threat Polygon put out and article in true Polygon fashion. As the channer pointed out, Polygon cited everything except for the line about GamerGate being a harassment campaign that has used bomb threats before (?!). Genius, pure fucking genius.
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Apple now has everything they need to disrupt the game console industry in a way that none of them see coming. I predict that we’ll see a new AppleTV update (and hardware) this fall along with a new app extension type for AirPlay. AirPlay will become about more than just streaming video to your AppleTV - instead that’ll simply be one of the things you can do with it. Apps (mostly games, I suspect) will be able to bundle an AirPlay extension inside - just like how apps can now bundle photo editing or sharing extensions as of iOS 8. The key difference is where the AirPlay extension app actually executes - instead of running on your device itself from within another host app, the AirPlay extension app will be automatically uploaded to whatever AppleTV you are currently AirPlaying with and will run directly on the AppleTV natively instead. This means no video streaming lag and minimal controller lag. Your iPhone would then turn into a generic game controller with onscreen controls or, if you have a physical shell controller attached to your iPhone, it activates that instead. The game controller inputs are then relayed to the AppleTV and thus to the AirPlay extension app using the new game controller forwarding feature.
This is a very interesting idea — apps as air(play)borne viruses that “infect” the Apple TV unit. It sounds almost crazy enough to be true.
Remember that while it’s stated to have no internal storage, the Apple TV (the hockey puck variety) does actually have 8 GB of memory. This would certainly be enough for any single app (of which games are almost always the largest) to fully reside temporarily, while playing.
The wild card here in my mind, is the input. The long-rumored new Apple TV box has long been said to be built around some sort of new control paradigm. Will a “magic wand” or some other such controller work with these games as well? Or will there be something else? Or will it simply rely on an iPad/iPhone?