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Good: Escher and Blog … an Infernal Golden Opportunity, or: Welcome to the Wonderful World of High Technology
The blog post is titled “3D Print the Impossible! Turning Escher Drawings into Read 3D Models“. As the first paragraphs states, “The researchers […] have used their own Objet 3D printer to re-create the impossible Escher Drawings as real, tangible … Continue reading
So I remember teachers telling us in middle school and high school. So I still see some writers or teachers telling and retelling today. My favorite writing handbook, my old yellow copy of Writers INC, provided a good demonstration of … Continue reading
“Wrath of the Titans” is not actually any good. It has a large (enough) budget, it has a(n over-)qualified cast, and its plot is (moderately) coherent. It is not, however, any good. It’s not even mediocre; it is inanely mundane … Continue reading
— Fr. Schiller, “On the Pathetic” We rewatched all but the last twenty minutes of “Kontroll” last night after our rotation (we finished it today). Thereafter I put on “Clerks”, silently, in the background while sitting in the office and … Continue reading
It may be December, but we’ve still had temperatures north of 70 down here. That translates to humidity and warm nights, as well, and so at 3am I had to turn the bedroom ceiling fan on ‘high’. I wanted to … Continue reading
This evening, shortly before 10:30, Ms. S. starts the dryer. It’s a comforting sound, a hum and a buzz, a gentle rumble as the asymmetry and imbalance of jeans and socks tumble out of rhythm.
1. Narrative Notes 2. Reading Remarks
… for later thoughts and developments: 1. Found an article/chapter on Mendelssohn and psychological aesthetics. 2. Researched more WordPress ‘crap’ 3. Went to a rehearsal tonight and took 100+ photos for the director. Plus: lentils + bulgur + sweet potato? … Continue reading
For some reason my phone thought that today was the beginning of daylight saving time and reset itself to an hour earlier; it’s off by a week. Luckily I was not fooled.