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Los Angeles

Good job dude!

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Maine

might as well sticky this for a  minute its worth the whole community watching

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California

Awesome!

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Youngstown, OH

Oh yeah dude, you killed it

Danimal for President and Goodwill Ambassador of Chiptune

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Los Angeles, CA

This presentation is quite well done!

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Canada

This was very well done, Danimal:)
Congratulations! You must have been very excited and proud:)

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Nice job, dude. Didn't expect to see a TED chiptune talk. Solid performance too!

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Abandoned on Fire

I've been thinking about that "l'm a writer, should I use a typewriter?" question all day.... That's the most thought provoking response to the concept of chip evar.

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buffalo, NY
egr wrote:

I've been thinking about that "l'm a writer, should I use a typewriter?" question all day.... That's the most thought provoking response to the concept of chip evar.

the answer we ended up coming up with is that you would be less reliant on spellcheck and would be forced to really think about what you're going to say before you lay it down to paper.

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matt's mind
Puke_Flytalker wrote:

might as well sticky this for a  minute its worth the whole community watching

totally agree, stickied for a little bit.  let's say ~week

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buffalo, NY
kitsch wrote:
Puke_Flytalker wrote:

might as well sticky this for a  minute its worth the whole community watching

totally agree, stickied for a little bit.  let's say ~week

whoa

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Maine

no problem man you deserve it

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NYC

Very well done indeed.

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Florida

As I said before, that talk was rad. You did a really good job of making chip accessible to more than just a niche crowd. You did, however, forget to talk about cheesy undersea baked potatoes that will blow your socks off.

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Matthew Joseph Payne
danimal cannon wrote:
egr wrote:

I've been thinking about that "l'm a writer, should I use a typewriter?" question all day.... That's the most thought provoking response to the concept of chip evar.

the answer we ended up coming up with is that you would be less reliant on spellcheck and would be forced to really think about what you're going to say before you lay it down to paper.

Someone write a typewriter emulator.

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Robotcity, the year 20XX

Freaking nice man!