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Why the end of Flash animation marks the end of an era for creativity on the web [Los Angeles Times]

Why the end of Flash animation marks the end of an era for creativity on the web [Los Angeles Times]

It was a tale of sex and death and Teletubbies. In 1998, programmer and animator Tom Fulp released an online video game titled “Teletubby Fun Land” that featured the characters from the British children’s television program getting drunk and stoned and engaged in acts of devil worship. One of the game’s narratives...

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