PHILOSOPHY: Objects should be useful, meaning that they are subjected to regular velocity and displacement. Objects that remain motionless—frozen in space—should be difficult to understand and cause the mind to move. Objects that meet neither of these criteria are deadening to the perceptual faculties, and . . .
Having immersed myself in the WordPress publishing platform and its accompanying coding languages for intensive stretches while working on websites over the years, 2009–17, specifically, for posterity, (in case any of my fervid readers are wondering), I gained appreciation, disdain, and affinity for the . . .
I was purposely ambiguous with this tweet about a week ago, to allow my pornbots followers to interpret it as they will, but want to elaborate because I think it makes for interesting discussion. At face value, I am generally happier the less I know about the world. I purposely avoid as much news and media . . .
Want to know the secret behind MJ’s skills? Clapton’s “slowhand”? Picaso’s brush? If you think any of those individuals was born with a gift…you’re dead wrong. Experts say that it takes 10,000 hours of dedicated practice until you can acquire mastery in one area of your life. You can bet your ass . . .
It’s easy to keep yourself busy… your mind focused on something… but knowing the right things to focus on is what separates those who succeed from those who fail. For example, today I spent probably 2 or 3 hours making minor visual adjustments to this site. Is that really going to make a difference . . .
This is a paper I wrote for my philosophy class. The topic was “Where certainty is concerned, X is beyond human comprehension.” I chose perfection… please don’t try to start any philosophical debates with me because I know I’ll lose. :( I. Introduction The word perfection is thrown around quite often, but . . .