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(Wired)   Next time your wife goes stroppy over how much time you spend on Fark, show her this story about a guy who spent 30 years drawing maps of the Imaginary Land of Ukrania   (wired.com) divider line 4
    More: Silly, Ukrania, documentary television, Art Center College of Design  
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2013-09-08 02:31:49 PM
2 votes:
Cartography is one of the true joys of running a RPG.
2013-09-08 07:37:48 PM
1 votes:
His son has uploaded it as a google map.
2013-09-08 06:15:09 PM
1 votes:

Slaxl: redsquid: This needs to be a game! This guy needs to find a visionary programmer and do a Kickstarter campaign. I would kick some loot his way. This is awesome. At least scan all the pages and create an explorable online archive/history of his project.

Wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to just close your eyes and picture your own imaginary world?


Wow- you just saved me a fortune on cable bills, games, concerts, music and vacations!
'Hey redsquid, why are you sitting there with your eyes closed?'
'I'm not. I'm playing the new GTA while watching Breaking Bad and listening to Daft Punk... on Maui.'
2013-09-08 03:28:13 PM
1 votes:

redsquid: This needs to be a game! This guy needs to find a visionary programmer and do a Kickstarter campaign. I would kick some loot his way. This is awesome. At least scan all the pages and create an explorable online archive/history of his project.


Wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to just close your eyes and picture your own imaginary world?
 
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