Recommendations for books like Marble Hornets?

2022.01.27 14:59 nerd_mama Recommendations for books like Marble Hornets?

I get this is probably a difficult ask, seeing as Marble Hornets is a horror found footage YouTube series, but I wondered if anyone had any ideas. Things like found footage don't exactly transfer over to books, but I'm talking about things like slow mental deterioration, psychological breaks, unreliable narrators, or even monsters that are stalking from the shadows but don't necessarily ever show themselves. Any ideas would be highly appreciated!
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2022.01.27 14:59 LinuxDinoDude Join us for Friday Night Fisticuffs!

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2022.01.27 14:59 snirol [Amiga][Unknown Year, pre 2001] Maybe a screensaver or a demoscene demo, I know it's not a game, but I don't know where else to look. Awesome music, a total bop. Little yellow guys on pistons bouncing in time.

Platform(s): Amiga
Genre: Graphics Demoscene demo or Screensaver. Cycled through a bunch of other things on screen before getting to this.
Estimated year of release: Unknown but pre 2001, it was already a vintage computer when I saw this
Graphics/art style: Cartoony, Pixelated
Notable characters: Little yellow blob guys with faces, bouncing on pistons in time with music.
Notable gameplay mechanics: None, it was not interactive
Other details: My high-school math teacher collected old technology. He had wired a bunch of TV's together in his class, and had basically a utility belt of pagers, cb radios, Texas Instrument calculators, etc. At the back of his classroom sat his Amiga computer which was his pride and joy. During our classes, the computer would cycle between various screensavers or demos or something, and every once in a while this amazing music would start with the little yellow guys bouncing in time. Everyone in class would cheer when it started and my teacher would stop teaching for a minute to let us enjoy it.
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I downloaded pgsharp and using it rn everything seems fine i can walk and everything but i cant catch anything they always seem to get out of the pokeball and escape and i havent been able to catch a single mon
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2022.01.27 14:59 4dl0rsv Favorite Person

I’m kinda new to BPD and I only know the most talked about traits of the disorder. I would like to know if it’s possible for someone with BPD not have a FP? Some traits are kinda made by each disorder community (subreddit for ex) and It’s a way that comforts people and brings peace to each other by being relatable, making hurt people not feel so lonely. Thank you, wishing you a recovery full of light.
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Like is asylum Harley Arkham harley?
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2022.01.27 14:59 OrzhovDunn Spring Breakers (2012) - The Cult of Films: Revisit

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2022.01.27 14:59 Lettttttssssggggoooo Well done. Much proud. Such great representation. So articulate and prepared.

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So I just played as the hillbilly on autohaven. The game started off normally but after about 5 minutes I chainsawed into a wall and gotten a (I'd guess) 500% speed boost that lasted until the end of the game.
Of course the survivors didn't stand a chance and I got accused of cheating obviously.
I wish I had footage of it, but that was not possible as I got so excited and made the survivors lives hell.
Did this happen to anyone else? Is there a chance I get banned for absolutely nothing?
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2022.01.27 14:59 elephantinhogwarts Can somebody help me make sense of this

Hello reddit,
Context: I am absolutely exhausted from work all day (home office) and have to come up with a thesis for an upcoming term paper. The class is on D&D and RPGs. I like this topic a lot but I can’t think of anything precise enough to write a 10page term paper about. We need to submit a proposal and what I only know so far is that I like the relationship between D&D with identity with regards to gender and acting in character…
I asked my professor for help and now he responded and my head is just exploding and this is what he wrote:
My writing advice is: when in doubt, start with an example. Performing a "reading" of an object will help you get your creative juices flowing, even if this interpretation doesn't end up opening your project/proposal. Find something in there that inspires you to write; start your argument, and your proposal, by analyzing it.
Here's a thought: analysis of gender in media is always reliant on the model of representation--on analyzing a system of signs and their relation to their social referents, ideology, etc. Games aren't just representation, however, they're also enactment or performance. They provide a structure by which players call representations into being. Thus, studying the way gender functions in a game is not just a matter of how gender relations or hierarchies are (re)presented to an absorbing reader, but also of how gender has a mechanical function in the game, that it is presented within the field of actionable elements.
This is something I feel could always stand to be emphasized in such studies. There are pernicious and positive potentials to it: gendered codes become enacted rather than merely read; on the other hand, the fact that play is realized only in performance gives the player certain allowances, as they say in game design, to bend the rules.
Could you explain to me what he means?
SOS and thanks y’all
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2022.01.27 14:59 BillsBayou You told me that's not my job. I'm not supposed to help the students.

1994 was notable for me as it was when I had found a much-needed job and I discovered the Internet. This was not the flashy multimedia juggernaut were everything is accessible through browsers and apps. This was back when text was king. When the world was opening up to us in twenty four rows and eighty columns. Only computer geeks had access instant news from Japan and we did it through protocols like Gopher, Usenet, IRC, FTP, and yes, email.
(for those of you who complain that I write novels, there is a TL;DR at the bottom)
The much-needed job came before my current employer moved out of town and would lay off anyone who didn't want to move from New Orleans to Tampa, Florida. A local university hired me as a programmer. My duties were limited to writing/modifying administrative systems in COBOL using dumb terminals and no campus-wide LAN. There would be no reason for me to work with the students. This would be made very clear to me a few years later.
Access to "The Internet" (or as we called it back then "Internet"; sans definite article) was a major perk to the job. It came as part of working for a university, but had nothing to do with our jobs in MIS (what we used to call "IT" before we called it "IT"). The student computer lab was next to MIS, which meant that I spent time before and after work, and at lunch, learning as much as I could. It was a wild and wonderful time for the Internet. Expanding your reach meant digging around in FTP folders, and finding the right people in chat rooms. Security was a joke and a joy.
Within months, I knew more than most of my co-workers; many knew nothing. Their judgement of me was that I was playing around in the labs. This label was earned in spite of the fact that I had used my "play time" to improve the file transfer performance of the only PC connected to a modem by an order of magnitude. I was also connecting with other users of the same COBOL products we were using and bringing solutions to my department.
Student computer labs were part of the Arts & Science college. MIS was under Finance. Their proximity to MIS was due to their systems requiring the same climate-control as the mainframe. The woman in charge of the student labs, call her Jane, was proficient, but only knew enough to keep the labs operational. Digging deep into FTP, Gopher, and such was the responsibility of A&S. Less than two years after starting, Jane was coming to me when students would have problems with Internet software and protocols. I really enjoyed helping the students because their problems helped me learn even more about the Internet. This went on for about a year before the bosses took notice.
The MIS director, whose office looked out into the MIS front lobby, was a stickler for keeping to a rigid schedule of work. Likewise, our responsibilities were the only things that should occupy our time. Watching me come and go at Jane's bidding (once or twice a week), had rubbed him the wrong way. He communicated his displeasure with my manager who likewise took offense that I would think to leave my desk to help the students.
My manager's words were something to the effect of "I don't want to see you helping Jane or the students during work hours. You can help them on your own time or at lunch. I don't want to see you in the student lab when you should be in your office doing your job." She was very direct and made sure I understood the seriousness of the situation.
I complied and let Jane know what had happened. She no longer came by my office, but would still try to catch me if she saw me in the labs.
Within a few years, the computer labs were moved under the MIS umbrella and we went from being called "Management Information Systems" to "Information Technology". Jane came into the fold. She had a backup, call him Jack, who was still teaching at the time.
One day, my manager comes into my office. Cue malicious compliance. Manager: "There are a couple of students out here having problems in the lab." Me: "Okay. Where's Jane?" Manager: "Off today. I need you to help the students." Me: "Did you try Jack?" Manager: "He's teaching." Me: "Well, I'm busy working on {project du jour}". Manager: "You can do that later. Come help these students. Stop being difficult." Me: (smiling and being difficult) "Are YOU saying YOU need ME to help the students when I'm supposed to be working?" Manager: (getting icy) "Yes. You coming?" Me: "So it IS part of my job!" Manager: "When I say it is, yes." Me: "Well, okay then."
From time to time students were actually shown to my office for assistance.
In business, one of the things that kills a company is "stovepipes". Departments do not communicate laterally unless it has been approved by the vertical channels. Because I was under MIS which was under Finance, my exposure to the rest of the university was done through the graces of managers above me. My position was, and still is, that the students are the only reason we exist and it was up to everyone to make sure they got the help they needed. Where did I develop that position? My MBA classes at the very university that employs me. Always let your managers know what you're doing, but if someone can get help for a student through a lateral action, DO IT.
After I was freed of my MIS shackles, there came a day when the director of MIS caught me coming in late from lunch. He asked me why I was late from lunch. I was forgiven when I explained that I found a lost student in the lobby of our building and took them to the correct office in a different building. He actually was a great boss with a great sense of humor. He just had some rigid quirks about schedules and neckties for men.
Last December marked 28 years of employment. The neckties are gone and I now wear jeans and western boots.
TL;DR: 1994, me, programmer, Internet skills. Manager: "You no help students. Not your job.", Me: "Okay", (3 years go by), Manager: "Help students.", Me: "No. Me busy doing job", Manager: "Help students", Me: "You say 'No help students' now you say 'Help students'?", Manager: "Help students", Me: "Okay", I go help students.
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