What, you ask, is invariant memory? It’s this: anybody can look at a cat and tell it’s a cat. They can even look at a lion or a cougar and tell that it’s a cat, too. But there’s no such thing as the perfect cat, or the cattiest cat–an absolutely generic cat. The problem with logos versus cats is that logos exist purely unto themselves. A starbucks logo is what it is, and only what it is. Because logos are absolute rather than a variant, the brains of [logosuppressives] were unable to read them. Capitalist time bombs? Darwinian masterpieces?
Super pleased about this. Frank and the team have worked their butts off over the last few years, so it’s great to see their hard work paying off. They were nominated in 8 categories, and ended up polling in 6! That’s not a bad result in anybody’s dicebag, huh?
And as well as all of that; Frank has let the cat out of the bag on one of the follow-up games that I gratefully have a small part in tinkering with; The Vadoran Gardens! A fun, tile-placement board game for ages 8+.