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Lance Weiler
Lance Weiler
Over the last few days, I’ve had numerous conversations about how to bring people together virtually. In a time of social distancing, many are wondering how to best connect and collaborate in an effort to avoid slipping into a state of isolation. Below are some links to help you navigate uncertain times.

Steam’s new indie festival lets you try 40 upcoming games for free
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SPECIAL VIRTUAL GATHERING - MARCH 26th
On Thursday, March 26th Columbia DSL is hosting a special speculative design meetup. Join us for the first in a series of online events that invite storytellers, futurists, game designers, systems thinkers, makers and hackers from around the world to connect, create and learn together. For more details click here.
Above Image credit - Stuart Candy, Future Cone, Dunne and Raby, Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming (2013)
KAWS Just Entered the Augmented Reality Game With Giant Virtual Sculptures That You Can See—and Buy—in 11 Major Cities
Google Lets You Visit the World’s Most Famous Museums From the Comfort of Your Couch
Video Game Lets You Make Video Games
TikTok Told Moderators: Suppress Posts by the “Ugly” and Poor users
We’re not going back to normal
Even With Social Distancing, People Are Finding Ways To Connect
How to Watch Netflix with Friends While Social Distancing: The 3 Best Ways to Share Streams
Rising Instagram Stars Are Posting Fake Sponsored Content
The creator of 'Hunters' caught the attention of Amazon and Jordan Peele with an 80-page series bible and enough ideas for 5 seasons
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