Rambling

Escape the Binds

Escape the Binds

Enter into a contract with yourself, one where you promise yourself that you will be free. Enter into a contract and escape. Tied down as we are there must be a way to escape these binds. Or maybe there is not. I don’t know, I have been stuck creatively lately.

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My 10 Questions to Help When I’m feeling Stuck

My 10 Questions to Help When I’m feeling Stuck

I’ve been feeling stuck lately. Stuck in a job I never planned for, stuck in my creative work, stuck in my programming and stuck in my life. Well, stuck in all areas except one, I am getting married soon so that is some positive light in my life right now. It’s all the other bits outside of my relationship that I feel stuck in.

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The Best and Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Us

The Best and Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Us

The internet is an amazing thing, it has brought humanity a level of connection that it has never known. We can commune in groups online that are larger than the population of most cities. We can instantly communicate with people regardless of distance. The internet has removed the constraints of time and space from communication.

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Finishing Novels

Finishing Novels

So much to do so little time. I have lost the concept of free time, there is time at work and then there is time working at home. If I’m not working on something at home I’m slacking (not relaxing) the same way one would slack at a job.  It’s kind of stressful but I manage I guess, this is the life I’m cursed with, might as well live it to the fullest.

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We are Living in a Dystopia – and it’s pretty boring

We are Living in a Dystopia – and it’s pretty boring

Imagine a world where your every move was tracked, where there were multiple databases of your bio-metric data, from your face to your voice. There were programs that could replicate your face and voice making a digital copy of you that was nearly impossible to distinguish from the real. Every communication was tracked and logged while powerful super AI’s worked to predict and figure out how best to sell you junk.

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