On-topic: Anything someone working at the intersection of technology & the arts would find interesting or useful. That includes both creative inspiration in the form of innovative projects, as well as practical tools and resources such as open source code repositories.
Off-topic: If it doesn't fall under the categories of both arts and technology, chances are good it doesn't belong. We want to keep this site tightly focused, but still allow for a diversity of topics and a certain element of serendipity, so tech stories that are indicative of some larger trend but don't have a clear culture angle may find their way on here, but sparingly. No general news items, politics, sports, or adorable cat videos, please. And absolutely no affiliate links.
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[Site inspiration and submission guidelines lovingly cribbed from Hacker News]