The Snowflake Process for Writing a Novel is an interesting approach. I may need to dust off my word processor (and of all things Excel) and see how it goes.
Monthly Archive for July, 2004
I’m not a huge fan of the goofy frame driven layout (what is this — 1998 people). But, I love the concept behind A Picture’s Worth. Most certainly worth a look or two.
For the longest time, I haven’t come across any music that seemed very interesting to me. And, the truth is that I don’t really go out looking for it too much anymore. I’m sure it’s out there somewhere. I just saw the video for Girl Anachronism by The Dresden Dolls. Wow! There’s this tense kind […]
I know I use the word “Actually” way too frequently in my writing. I’ve actually used the thing 105 times as of Google’s last index of my site. It’s a lazy habit. Occasionally I notice it and I cringe. I almost never bother to fix it though (I abuse “though” or “although” too (oh, and […]
Here’s a trailer for a (non-existant) Batman and Superman movie. From the same guy who did that Batman versus Predator movie. Some of it looks a little raw, but it’s still tremendously well done. The casting is crazy good. The story… Well, it’s hard to tell. I’d certainly see it though.
Things that will freak you right the hell out #457: I’m just sitting there playing around on the internet with the TV going in the background. There may have been a little dozing off. Late night and early morning — you know how it goes. All of a sudden, I smell smoke. Evil, burning plastic […]
I’m very, very hungry right now. I MUST stop playing TextTwist while I still have strength to get to food.
Aaron Kraten has an interesting style of art. It’s sort of like a cross between illustration and assemblage. I like it.
Boy, I just can’t imagine my old alma mater asking me to pose nude for “official” photos when I was a freshman. I can’t believe that I would have gone along with it, but to judge by how many did, maybe I would have. I don’t know. I find this story fascinating. I’d love to […]
I thought I had a fairly decent, laymen’s gross understanding of String Theory. Boy, was I ever wrong. I’m just ever so confused after reading The Myth of the Beginning of Time, a Scientific American article from a few months ago. I don’t even understand what problem they’re trying to solve. It seems reasonably obvious […]