Monthly Archives: May 2010

Nowhere Man

Samuel Butler’s Erewhon is one of those iconic 19th century novels that most people have heard of, but that few of us have ever bothered to read. I bought a copy years ago at a used book sale. Last month … Continue reading

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Your Mind is on Vacation

After listening to portions of a couple of podcasts last night (ambient electronica), I decided to try writing a drone piece. This requires that I turn off certain portions of my brain — namely, the portions that want to toss … Continue reading

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The Why of Doing

Sometimes I’m a mystery to myself. For months I’ve been somewhat disgusted with interactive fiction. Other than fielding a few requests for help on the newsgroup or the forum, I haven’t been doing anything with it. And now, suddenly, I’m … Continue reading

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