Disclosure: I was asked to use VCam by XSplit, and provided a Logitech C922 webcam + One Year Premium XSplit license. So #Sponsored content ahead! It's good, I promise 😉 For those of you that stream, XSplit released a green screen application, VCam that lets you have a virtual greenscreen or background image instead of … Continue reading A quick review of @XSplit’s VCam app
As it’s near the end of the month, and things are a bit tight around chez Cypher, here’s a list of ways to support my work, if you like what I do in gaming around diversity & inclusion. Patreon is always easy and you can support me for as little as $1 a month!patreon.com/cypheroftyr If … Continue reading It’s that time again – Ways you can support my work
Hey y'all! Here is a handy post on how you can support my work. A lot of people say they love what I do, and want me to keep doing it, but hey bills don't pay themselves, Comcast won't wait for their money and the cat needs kibble, I need food, y'all know how it … Continue reading Semi-infrequent reminders of how to support my work
I've been doing more and more consulting about Diversity issues, Podcasting and other topics; now you can sign up and get that content via GenieCast! Announcement/press release below. Professional speaker and author, Tanya DePass has joined the Geniecast marketplace to deliver Diversity Consulting & Podcasting expertise to global audiences. Geniecast is the world’s largest online marketplace of … Continue reading Announcement: I’ve joined @GenieCast!
*waves from the ThinkGalacticon 3 ConCom* Hi all, here is my hey, you should come to the nifty local con post, better yet, you should be on panels and volunteer post! So ThinkGalacticon 3 is happening July 8-10 at Roosevelt University. We have the fabulous Hugo and Nebula nominated Nora K. Jemisin as our SFF … Continue reading ThinkGalacticon 3 Needs you, yes you!
So... Joy E. came up with a nifty idea. A project where LGBTQIA youth, straight allies, adults and others could share their stories to encourage and strengthen youth who may be getting bullied, harassed and otherwise mistreated for being who they are. This project will make sure that lgbtqia of color, bisexual and transgendered folks … Continue reading Introducing… The We Got Your Back Project
So I watched the Superbowl as usual. I grew up in a household of my mother and grandmother both of whom love/d football. To this day I'd better not call my mother while a game is on or I will get hung up on. Why might that be relevant? Because we are all women, and … Continue reading I’d like to return this helping of misogyny I got with my superbowl ads please.
Did I mention how much I love Kate Harding? Well I do, because I got this link to Feministing's article on just how creepy that new show I want to save your life is. I keep seeing the ads for this show everywhere, and frankly it disgusts and creeps me out. This guy is following … Continue reading New show, I want to save your life is utter tripe and creepy
LeBron James' Vogue cover called racially insensitive The cover of Vogue's April Shape Issue features Lebron James and Gisele Bundchen. (AP Photo / March 13, 2008) By Megan K. Scott |The Associated Press 10:57 AM CDT, March 25, 2008 NEW YORK - When Vogue announced its April cover starring LeBron James and Gisele Bundchen, the … Continue reading Is this racially insensitive? Evocative of the animalistic oversexed black man?