*Spoiler alert* Mockingjay (Hunger games #3). You might want to look away now if you liked the series. Just finished the book and I have a compulsive need to rant. I remember enjoying The hunger games and Catching Fire, but all any illusion of Mockingjay being a decent read were shattered by about page twenty. […]Read more "Mockingjay"
The souk is a public space. Unless you pay up for a pricey privacy filter, every move you make is fodder for a thousand behavioral search engines, which bombard you with stimuli and monitor your autonomic responses in order to dynamically evolve more attractive ads. Images of desire bounce off blank surfaces for your eyes […]Read more "Neptune’s Brood"
This has been an entertaining read. Existence on Geo-engineering to save the world: Even the most ecological ideas have critics. Fertilizing vast “desert” stretches of ocean would seem an obvious win-win, expanding the food chain and much-needed fisheries while sucking atmospheric carbon. Crude attempts with iron powder caused problems. But what of using tidal energy […]Read more "Quotes from Existence"
So, I’ve recently finished reading Betty Edwards’ excellent Drawing on the right side of the brain. Here’re my before and after sketches .. and these were within a week or so of each other. Before: After: Hey, don’t judge! Anyways, was doing a bit of research on where to go from here, and ended up […]Read more "Of perspective hacks."
A quick piece of info about Facebook Categories. A page’s category differs based on what API you use to access the page. I’ll give a few examples to illustrate my point: PageId: 138834692818669 Name: Q-Management Category (via Graph API): Local Business. Category (via FQL): Modeling Agency (more accurate) PageId: 100383549148 Name: Bouley Category via Graph API: Restaurant/cafe Category […]Read more "Facebook Page Categories"
So, one of my new years resolutions was to learn how to sketch. It is a pretty amazing thing .. being able to draw. I was distinctly average at it all through out my childhood. I don’t mean that in a bad way .. I wasn’t horrible. I could copy biology diagrams and maps from […]Read more "Sketching"
Originally posted on Glimpses:
“I would give the greatest sunset in the world for one sight of New York’s skyline. Particularly when one can’t see the details. Just the shapes. The shapes and the thought that made them. The sky over New York and the will of man made visible. What other religion do we…