Recycling an old table. And a rant on cheap screws, crafting wood rings, and why stealing IP leads to challenges for the entire world.
Going back and revising a work of art, is it worth the trouble? Or, do you lose in translation?
Modeling a clone of your own writing, the ups and downs of machine learning for creativity and story creation.
America prepares to inaugurate Number 46 this week. These are trying times.
The outlandish takes over when the believable is both scary and somewhat unstoppable.
Belated thoughts on Kylo and Rey’s adventure. Star Wars will stand the test of time, despite the latest trilogy. The lore fills in the gaps, logic leaps abound.
Why nothing about Bill Gates’ conspiracy theories make a lick of sense. Find better uses of your time. Go take a walk. Enjoy time with your children. Rebuild a car.
Compiled in 1820, the Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth maybe the most debated and controversial work by a former president.
Wishing for the world to return, thoughts on the loss of live music.
The Dark Harp is a fairy tale about an evil King, beautiful Queen, a conjuring Dark Wizard, and a troubled young boy. And of course, two magical harps that hold the key to the kingdom’s future. Read while you have the time.