I wrote a blog post about how to use Jekyll to serve MOTD. It's pretty rudimentary, but I figure some of my fellow console nerds might be able to use it for something. I use it for micro-fiction, but you could use it for any type of update. :)
The colossal communication antenna pierced the sky, a skeletal steel hand reaching desperately through the clouds of Axion IV, tearing past the autonomous guy wire drones that whir back and fort, pulling it into alignment.
Even our tech knows that our home is dying.
VR tip: Get a small circular rug at the center of your play area. Not only will it be more comfortable on your feet, but you'll also know by touch when you're about to leave your boundary. That way, you can turn your boundary off (or not have to set up a million times when it is on the fritz). It's better for immersion and better for comfort.
"...and the solar winds forever at your back," the text above the bulkhead door read though the translation lens overlay. The astroarchaeologists will have a field day with this, the salvage tech mused, logging another High Value Salvage structure. His second interstellar colony vessel this cycle. Where are they all coming from, though?
I write interactive narrative fiction and design games, from somewhere in the Virgo Supercluster.
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