cdjo:

The Resurrection of Hoxton

cdjo:

The Resurrection of Hoxton

"The colour-coded badges are totally optional! You can request one with your badge at registration."

That’s good, I would have been relatively upset if it was mandatory. I’m not a fan of the idea of segregating certain parts of the community based on their willingness to interact with others, especially at an event where social interaction is a given. I get that some people would be more comfortable with these though which is fine with me.

bronycon:

Introducing Color Communications Badges
We want to make sure everyone has an amazing and fun weekend at BronyCon, but we also know that it can be overwhelming to meet and be around so many people in such a small space. For 2014, we’re trying something new and we hope that it will have a positive impact on the brony fandom and on the convention community at large.
We’ve adapted the color-coded badges popularized by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) and made them available for people who want to express their communication preferences quickly and non-verbally. By doing this, you can notify everyone whether you want to be approached for interactions or not.
Here’s what the badges look like and what they mean:

"Come Talk To Me!" A person wearing a green badge is actively seeking interaction. They may have trouble initating conversations, but it’s okay to come up and start a conversation with them.

"Do I Know You?" A yellow badge means its wearer only wants to talk to people they recognize. Unless you’ve met this person face-to-face before, don’t start a conversation with them. If they start talking to you, you’re welcome to talk back.

"Not Right Now." If a person has a red badge showing, they do not want anyone to talk to them. They may approach others to talk, in which case it’s okay to respond. But unless you’ve been told you’re on someone’s “red list”, don’t start interacting with them.
If you see someone wearing a yellow or red badge, please respect their wishes. If you are wearing a red or yellow badge and someone is harassing you by not respecting your preference, find the nearest BronyCon staff member immediately.
If you’d like more information on The Autistic Self Advocacy Network or the Color Communication Badges, please visit http://autisticadvocacy.tumblr.com.
To download your own Color Communication Badges, visit http://bit.ly/CommunicationBadges

This seems like a cool idea, and I get the motive behind it. At the same time though, wouldn’t that sorta segregate the community even more? I mean I totally get it for some people but this kinda, I dunno it sorta takes away from the con experience for me. When I go to a con it’s usually because I’m going to be seeing people there who share a common interest with me and talking to people is sort of expected. When you’re approaching someone in a real situation and you have to check their badge first before saying anything, kinda makes for awkward situations and honestly might quiet the con down a lot.
I mean as long as these stickers are totally voluntary it’s fine. Though I hope this isn’t a regular thing because it will just make trying to talk with people really awkward.

bronycon:

Introducing Color Communications Badges

We want to make sure everyone has an amazing and fun weekend at BronyCon, but we also know that it can be overwhelming to meet and be around so many people in such a small space. For 2014, we’re trying something new and we hope that it will have a positive impact on the brony fandom and on the convention community at large.

We’ve adapted the color-coded badges popularized by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) and made them available for people who want to express their communication preferences quickly and non-verbally. By doing this, you can notify everyone whether you want to be approached for interactions or not.

Here’s what the badges look like and what they mean:

  • "Come Talk To Me!" A person wearing a green badge is actively seeking interaction. They may have trouble initating conversations, but it’s okay to come up and start a conversation with them.

  • "Do I Know You?" A yellow badge means its wearer only wants to talk to people they recognize. Unless you’ve met this person face-to-face before, don’t start a conversation with them. If they start talking to you, you’re welcome to talk back.

  • "Not Right Now." If a person has a red badge showing, they do not want anyone to talk to them. They may approach others to talk, in which case it’s okay to respond. But unless you’ve been told you’re on someone’s “red list”, don’t start interacting with them.

If you see someone wearing a yellow or red badge, please respect their wishes. If you are wearing a red or yellow badge and someone is harassing you by not respecting your preference, find the nearest BronyCon staff member immediately.

If you’d like more information on The Autistic Self Advocacy Network or the Color Communication Badges, please visit http://autisticadvocacy.tumblr.com.

To download your own Color Communication Badges, visit http://bit.ly/CommunicationBadges

This seems like a cool idea, and I get the motive behind it. At the same time though, wouldn’t that sorta segregate the community even more? I mean I totally get it for some people but this kinda, I dunno it sorta takes away from the con experience for me. When I go to a con it’s usually because I’m going to be seeing people there who share a common interest with me and talking to people is sort of expected. When you’re approaching someone in a real situation and you have to check their badge first before saying anything, kinda makes for awkward situations and honestly might quiet the con down a lot.

I mean as long as these stickers are totally voluntary it’s fine. Though I hope this isn’t a regular thing because it will just make trying to talk with people really awkward.

Hey, any of my friends out there having trouble finding a hotel room for Bronycon? Or perhaps have a room they need to fill? Let me know.

artattackmusic:

soundgoodizer you made me do this

makkon:

Back on Commissions again. Sonarch commissioned an upperbody/rough sketch and color of the Red Team from Red Vs Blue.

If you’d like to commission me, my information is on my commission model.

makkon:

I’m the baby-hungry one in the marriage. Give me dad jokes, I will save them and use them all.

Ben I think I’m gonna die of feeling old if you have a kid already.

deadmau5:

Hangin with the proud newlyweds!!! Best weekend ever :)

Oh god damn it he’s wearing that shirt again… he should’ve listened to me last time.

deadmau5:

Hangin with the proud newlyweds!!! Best weekend ever :)

Oh god damn it he’s wearing that shirt again… he should’ve listened to me last time.

Here are all the tracks.

So in 2012 I started working on a brand new My Little Orchestra based off all the songs from Season 2. It was going well at the time I suppose, although my laptop being stolen at the end of that year halted my progress indefinitely. All the files I had were lost excluding a few renders I had saved to dropbox.

After realizing that most of what I was doing wasn’t original and was just me copying the instrumentals from the songs and putting not-so-good sounding vocal replacements on top, I decided to scrap the project all together.

In late 2013 I decided to take a stab at rebooting the project but I would have had to do it all by scratch which didn’t sound too appealing to be honest. After realizing just how long it would take to do this, only to release it for free in the end, it just wouldn’t be worth the massive effort.

Maybe someday I’ll try and pick this up again, not any day soon though.

All full tracks and downloads can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/tsyolinmusic/sets/scrapped-my-little-orchestra-2

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