The cargo hold of a C-17 was a strange place to call home. Maybe that’s why I liked it. The zen of the engines’ textured thrum. The cherry red ambience of the low lighting. Nearly 1,600 square feet of space—more than twice any apartment I could afford.
The World You Left Behind
𝔠𝔥𝔞𝔭𝔱𝔢𝔯 𝔬𝔫𝔢: 𝔰𝔦𝔰𝔱𝔢r Obsidian waves lunged like jutting rock, crashing against each other, breaking into explosions of mist. Broken waves plummeted, gathering low before rising again for vengeance.
Thank you, Vocal Media employees, past and present.
Dear you—the you that is somewhere in Fort Lee, New Jersey, possibly reading this letter right now. You work in a small office with big problems. An alarming number of reviews, from those of you who have since moved on, report working unpaid overtime without breaks, or benefits.
Is Vocal Media a Good Website for Writing and Making Money?
After a month of writing at Vocal Media, there’s a lot to say, but I’ll begin with the indisputable facts: yes, you can make money using Vocal Media’s website. But, you’ll need to drive thousands, or hundreds of thousands of visitors to your published stories—if you want to earn a livable wage. Premium users make $6,000 per one million reads of their content.
Create Endless Stories with Endless Possibilities: AI Dungeon
You can generate endless stories about anything you can imagine with AI Dungeon from developer Latitude Inc. AI Dungeon has several integrated genres it can build your adventure in: fantasy, mystery, apocalyptic, zombies, cyberpunk, and halloween.
‘Hummingbird Salamander’ — Jeff Vandermeer’s eco-thriller, reviewed by a vegan.
“Transpose what is done to an animal onto a human,” Silvina said in the video. “If it is disgusting, wrong, unethical, immoral, then you know what the truth is.”
If You Liked ‘Her’, Then You Should Watch ‘Violet Evergarden’
Her’s Theodore Twombly lives in a future of soft, warm hues and simplified technology. When he walks beneath the looming landscape of a metropolis, or stands in a crowded public transit, he’s surrounded by the harmony of subtle obliviousness: the internet is in everyone’s ear.
If You Loved ‘Inception’: Movies for Vivid Dreamers
Before the 2010 release of Christopher Nolan’s Inception, the power of dreams had been relatively slept on by cinema. “You musn’t be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling.” —Eames