The problem with multiplayer first-person shooters (FPS) is the war never ends. You can win 100 battles or lose 100, but it does not matter. The war continues. The interminable cycle of death and rebirth, like the ebb and flow of the tide is the only evidence of change. I have died 12976 times only […]
What is the heart of imagination? What causes someone to take external objects or concepts and the combine them to form an entirely unique whole? What sparked Joyce to write Finnegan’s Wake, a churning mass of layered literary allusions? What causes someone to produce something without any immediate points of reference?
Scholarly (adj): involving or relating to serious academic study having or showing knowledge, learning, or devotion to academic pursuits ORIGIN: Old English: scol(i)ere “schoolchild, student,” from Late Latin scholaris, from Latin schola “school.” Musing (v): being absorbed in thought talking to oneself in a thoughtful manner ORIGIN: Middle English : from Old French muser “meditate, wastetime,” perhaps from medieval Latin musum “muzzle.” Cited: Oxford Ameriican […]