Rachel Simone Weil is an experimental designer whose work engages electronic nostalgia, cute culture, and the history of computing and video games. Weil has done extensive work creating cute, alternative-history games and hardware for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Her work with the NES includes ConnectedNES (2016), a WiFi hardware peripheral and Twitter client, and Electronic Sweet-N-Fun Fortune Teller (2014), a love horoscope game. In addition, she heads up FEMICOM Museum, an online and physical archive of girly video game history, and serves on the board of directors for Juegos Rancheros, a non-profit indie games collective in Austin, TX. She currently works as a technical evangelist at Microsoft.