Here are some pictures of the Parsons students working on the linear zoetropes and their results. Now that I can make slide shows, I have to split the images by dimensions, so there are two slide shows.
Following yesterday’s primer on flow, here are two simple ideas to bring more flow. If you’ve read only Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi‘s book, they may be new. The Wikipedia page on flow but not Csikszentmihalyi’s book covers the first. The second is new, as far as I know, though small. Recall the ten conditions of the flow[…] Keep reading →
Do you remember the last time you felt like this musician? You are in an ecstatic state to such a point that you feel as if you almost don’t exist. I have experienced this time and again. My hand seems devoid of myself, and I have nothing to do with what is happening. I just[…] Keep reading →
My friend Zan posted: “Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur. (Translation: Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound)” I responded: “ateverwhay isway aidsay inway igpay atinlay oundssay etardedray.”
Alex Kudera’s first novel won an Independent Publishers Book Awards award — the IPPY Gold Medal for Best Fiction. I wrote about him and his book, Fight For Your Long Day, a couple months ago. He’s planning to give a reading in New York this summer. Who knows how fast his star will rise? Congratulations[…] Keep reading →