Did you avoid this post, or were you drawn to it because of the title? That’s a dumb question, if you’re reading this now, you obviously didn’t avoid it. But someone may have avoided it, so I’m sorry for the sensationalist title. I’m also sorry if I’ve misled you to believe I was going to be talking about death. I… Read more →
Do you remember Simon and his land of chalk drawings? Simon had super powers. Anything he drew would come to life. As a child, I thought this would have been the coolest power ever. I would have drawn things like… um… rocks. Actually, I have no idea what I would have drawn, things were different back then. I wouldn’t have… Read more →
“Hi Spidey Fans!” Remember that? No? Saturday morning cartoons, “Spiderman and his Amazing Friends”. Stan Lee would narrate an opening and I would watch mesmerized. Spider Friends Intro Narrated by Stan Lee 
http://www.ted.com Alain de Botton examines our ideas of success and failure — and questions the assumptions underlying these two judgments. Is success alwa…
For the last three months, I have been living a double life. By day, I was a mild mannered husband, trying to balance sleep and game playing. However, at night, I was Geek Gig Preparer!
As Nanowrimo get’s closer, it’s good to start thinking about writing. 😀 http://www.copyblogger.com/mental-blocks-creative-thinking/
You would think from such a title that I may delve into the health care debate that is rampaging through town halls of our American neighbours. But I’m not. I’m not american. You don’t see them debating about the new senate members, do you? Heck, you don’t see us doing it either, but still. I’m here to talk about the… Read more →
And interview with Sir Ken Robinson.
When I was younger I would go into the garage, grab my dad’s hammer, and then split rocks. Each rock was a potential treasure of patterns. I did not dream a potential discovery of fossils, jewels, or riches. I was just fascinated by sparklies. Of course, some rocks had a dull and static composition, but others had a makeup I… Read more →
World Science Festival 2009: Bobby McFerrin Demonstrates the Power of the Pentatonic Scale from World Science Festival on Vimeo. Notes & Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus. Very cool