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25 Word Stories: Convenience

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Drawing, Parallels & Keeping Your Head Above the Water

“I remember being the recipient of that kind of attention, knowing there was perfection to trace and retrace, unwavering details of technical precision that, on good days, made practice a sharpening, rather than the unraveling it usually felt like to … Continue reading

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Favorites of 2014 – A Brief Review!

Well, 2014 is nearly complete; the media are publishing vast spreads of top-lists of the year; people are reflecting and vowing to do more in 2015; the cycle of Terra orbiting around Sol quietly comes to a close for the … Continue reading

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Alone

I breathe these roots through you, Prostrate myself for you, Swim leagues for only you. You assure me rest I can only protest; You assure me love I can not prove. I do not form these fragments to taunt you … Continue reading

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Divergence

I’ve been occupied with a bunch of miscellany since my last post about the Interstellar trailer. I built a new -awesome- desktop with an i5 and -finally- a legitimate copy of Microsoft’s Windows 8-1. MS won me over with their … Continue reading

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Nothing to Offer but Confusion, Thought Catalog?

“I had nothing to offer anybody except my own confusion.” -Kerouac You really like to take things out of context, and, thankfully, lists are clearly contextual, so you’re to blame for this. Kerouac, and other writers didn’t write what they … Continue reading

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Que sais-je? What do I know?

“The novel sprang from the letter, the diary, the report of a journey; it felt itself alive in the form of every record of private life. Subjectivity was soon everybody’s subject.”-Shields, Reality Hunger, 2010. I’m re-reading a book I was … Continue reading

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Control

“To give your sheep or cow a large, spacious meadow is the way to control him.”-Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, 31. Instead of reflexively replying to things we read, see, hear, it is my view that commentary, unless critically … Continue reading

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On Narrative in Games

Mind filled with a lot of questions, mixed feelings, after leaving work. Thoughts of wanting to really pursue, at least, the conceptual procedures of making a game. The past couple days have illuminated to me the fact that most of … Continue reading

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A lot of things to touch on tonight, but, sadly, not much time–I have to be in LOTRO soon to, well, do “Coursera” work. Even so, I’ll make a few notes here about recent developments I find entertaining. First: that … Continue reading

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