Month: December 2017

Jobs, motivation, and cartoon squirrels.

I’m fond of the Foamy series which I’ve been watching since I was a teenager. I find that this episode I just stumbled across fits really well with the theme of some of my recent posts. There’s sometimes a bit of language and risque…

PGP – Joey and Al – Thrift (Webcomic)

I like to doodle while I listen to podcasts in the morning. I definitely had a hiatus with doing that for a bit so it’s kind of messy at the moment. I draw in the Blitz style I learned from a book I picked…

Birdie’s Window and Did Crichton Float?

I do a song, and I’m going to be doing book reviews, so I thought I’d start with Sphere. This Michael Crichton classic is one of my favorite reads and I only just now noticed how it may be related to a float tank…

Instant Uploads and the Death of Magic?

I do a ramble about how the way that music and art are framed, in this case via recording medium, drastically effects perception. As well as raise the question of whether the ease of upload effects the process and magic of creating new songs….

The Sort of Cold

Oh no. The common workers’ dilemma. What the hell is this tickling in my nose? Oh,  it’s now a burning in my throat. Well damn, it’s not too bad. I have a pretty good immune system. I guess I’ll go to work, wash my…

Learn to Love Uncertainty

  Learn to love uncertainty. That’s the best advice that I feel anyone can give. Especially today. Alright, so maybe not especially today since in a lot of ways today is more certain than days when you could get killed by the flu or…

Dead Bunny – An Uncanny Memento Mori

“The sensibilities of the hunter and the poet…” (Consilience – The Arts and Their Interpretation, page 237. Knopf) I did feel a bit like I was hunting and that I had been successful. The universe, that vague thing we allude to when we want…