Frequenter101 karma2019-12-02 21:30:28 UTC
I’m really interested in some of the design decisions that went into promoting positive behaviours, and making it difficult to behave poorly. Can you shed any light on these? As a studying designer, it is extremely interesting.
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Frequenter49 karma2016-10-21 18:37:39 UTC
It makes me so sad that Mangan has been passed up for a higher effort Dirk. He was the perfect actor for it. Those three episodes are bizarro television gold.
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Frequenter5 karma2013-03-27 07:35:40 UTC
This is one of the scariest things I have ever read. I know that eventually you just have to deal with it, and get on with your life, but christ, man, I admire the fact that you get out of bed in the morning.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Frequenter1 karma2019-09-14 23:33:18 UTC
You’re an absolute legend, Kat. Your responses are beautiful, and humble, and the world needs more people like you. This is such an incredible example of the effect that small actions can have on the wider world - which is not to diminish your role in this it all.
Please never stop giving, and being so creative and clever with your life - but start taking SOME credit!!!
I don’t have a question for you, but this will be removed if I don’t ask one, so... Is it okay if I don’t ask a question?
Frequenter1 karma2016-10-21 18:35:40 UTC
Hey guys! Have you seen the three-part British version of Dirk Gently starring the all-time great Stephen Mangan? If so, were there any elements of this version that you tried to keep, or recreate? Similarly, anything you actively set out to do differently?
Very excited for Saturday! Good luck!
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