Wikipedia and Google delude many into thinking all human knowledge has been made available to our immediate access.
This is a dangerous lie.
Any scholar will tell you of the vast amount of documents and artifacts completely unavailble online, or indeed impossible to easily scan or study online.
And this silent wealth pales before the oral and analog culture which, in a McLuhanian dimension, can not be simply digitized and maintain integrity.
Nothing like yard work during a heat advisory. Now in recovery mode.
In that awkward place when the new Robert J Bennett book is arriving in five days so I don’t want to start another book yet. Short story anthologies then, I guess. 😀
The Spy Who Dumped Me was more fun than I expected. Kate McKinnon is a national treasure.
I love this.
In a hotel bar the day before a gaming convention looking around at the other suit-wearing patrons thinking, “What up, normies? You have no idea what’s coming.”
Engaging in one of my most hated housework tasks: shredding.
Woke up to this purring cat.
Yeah, the urge is upon me. Brainstorming ideas for a Numenera campaign.
Chair dancing to Ladytron while I sit at the sound of two Xenonorphs fighting each other.
Today’s breakfast conversation with my 5yo daughter is bouncing between the characteristics of the planet Venus and various dinosaurs. As you do.