Monthly Archives: May 2011

Thoughts: Digital Planes and Digital Plains.

Okay, here we go. Basically the reason this strand of thought came about was from thinking about buildings, and people who put great effort into designing architecture and leaving their mark on the world, and how for me building something … Continue reading

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Fantastic Mundanity – Opening

If you were to head, oh, let’s say fifteen and a half light-years away from the Earth, which in itself is a tricky predicament and least of all because I haven’t given you any directions, but if you did, and … Continue reading

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Looking Back – “Technomancy” Discussion

I linked my prior post to a friend of mine and we were both reminded of something we discussed a long time ago. It’s kinda cheating to post this today instead of something new, but I spent today’s writing time … Continue reading

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Stream of Thought – Fantastic Mundanity

“Don’t teachers realize that it’s important to let students know about the hazards of cutting off hydra heads and how two will take the place of each one cut? What are they teaching, math?” – Dan Shive BRAINSTORM/CRAZY THINKINGS TIME/WHATEVER … Continue reading

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Chronicle – Dissonance of Values

Neon lights filter through the rain, each heavy droplet refracting a technicolor universe, as the rumbling of thunder announces to the blackened sky just how long it plans to stay. A lone figure, wearing garb from an era long passed … Continue reading

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In which all the volumes are turned up.

Rally-Ho, all you pointy-hats out there, and time-specific salutations to the rest of you. Today’s blogpost, following my Oh-So-Very-Fleeting attention span, may or may not cover what I’ve been playing recently, plans to do some D&D writing, and how rusty … Continue reading

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