The Linker often hears a lot about things going retro, particularly in the arts. One way of going retro is to use art styles that were in vogue a long time ago. But it’s not the same. In 1940, stop-motion, rotoscoping and such were used because there were no better alternatives. Now that we have superior technology, deliberately using a degraded art form doesn’t have the same effect. Fortunately that’s not the big problem with software today.
Today’s random Wikipedia entry: Cheburashka