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#1048: Art Is Adventure, And A Good Portrait Photo May Help You Travel To Distant Galaxies
Tuesday • July 26th 2022 • 8:33:04 pm • 2KB

A good reference photo, will help you create a good painting. Whether you are using reference images directly, or aim to create a new pose or perspective, you need a good photo. Aside from technical detail like, having shadows and light, good resolution...

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#1047: Do Not Give Up Your Creativity At Any Cost
Monday • July 25th 2022 • 2:06:52 pm • 5KB

Let me show you a couple of strange ways, with which creativity and thus mental health can be upset. One describes strangeness or elitism as the case may be, in art community, where young people are pushed away from joining, by being forced into pointless...

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#1046: The Art Maven
Sunday • July 24th 2022 • 9:25:28 pm
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#1045: The World May Stand Still; Or, The Importance Of Real Education
Sunday • July 24th 2022 • 6:53:14 pm • 4KB

Those who stand against, the advancement of humanity are just liars. Liars, who discovered an easy way up, that quite often requires that they lie to themselves too. A blind belief is not an honorable thing, it is a lie, a self lie, an un-examined life. ...

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#1044: World Peace: Replace Politicians With Cute Cats And Computer Programs
Saturday • July 23rd 2022 • 7:24:06 pm • 1KB1

There will be no more war, just a bunch of cats to adore. Yes. Some cats won’t get along, but we can kiss them and hug them and sing them a song. We will treat them all very good, and always gift them snacks and fancy food. In return they will purr, and...

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#1043: How to Choose, Grow & Care for Ideas: A Creativists' Guide to Creativity Care and Maintenance
Friday • July 22nd 2022 • 2:00:11 pm • 1KB

An itemized list or a TODO, can only make you blue. A list is no good, it will ruin your mood. You will always sail short, and never leave port. Move slowly at your own speed, perhaps, the speed with which you read. A project needs to grow, think of it...

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#1042: School Subject Divisions
Thursday • July 21st 2022 • 7:12:52 pm • 3KB

If you ask someone, about math or physics. How it is it, that they have learned, but they don’t know it. They will not be able, to give you a very clear answer. That is exactly what you would expect, from being fooled. “I took physics”, “but I don’t...

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#1041: Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica; Or, Why In The Doodle Do I Even Need Mathematics or Physics?
Wednesday • July 20th 2022 • 5:05:58 pm • 5KB

Most people don't actually want you to know math or physics, they just want you to work and cause as little inconvenience as you can. The reason why you are being force fed mathematics and physics, is because a school will lose accreditation if enough...

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#1040: Rise And Protect Knowledge
Tuesday • July 19th 2022 • 5:43:43 pm • 3KB

You can't just learn one thing, that's impossible. Not only is everything connected, you will connect it in a unique way. People say that Newton, had this powerful learning method. But, he didn't. It looked difficult and powerful to strangers, but in...

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#1039: Convergence On Wisdom And World Peace
Monday • July 18th 2022 • 9:59:15 pm • 2KB

In 1804 Earth had 1 billion people, in 25 years it will have 10 billion. The only thing we can do is build real schools, that bring real education, real wisdom, and real greatness into peoples hands. These schools need to be powerful and beautiful, no...

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#1038: Writing Programs
Sunday • July 17th 2022 • 9:52:59 pm • 4KB

I always write computer programs, I am always trying to write something neat. It has been quite a journey, long enough to observe technology change. I also learned a bunch of languages I don’t use, I use JavaScript now but it used to be slow. Back then...

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#1037: The Voice Actor
Sunday • July 17th 2022 • 1:15:16 pm
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#1036: Modern Luxury Source Code Editors; Or, Where The Heck, To Put The Darn Source Code?
Saturday • July 16th 2022 • 9:02:49 pm • 4KB

I think the idea of a programmer will fade away, as it will be replaced by the modern teenager. I think smartphones are already too stupid, and the next big thing is a programmable phone. That is how quickly times are changing, smartphones are a relic. ...

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#1035: Do Not Lose Faith In Humanity
Friday • July 15th 2022 • 7:22:35 pm • 2KB

This is a time of war, famine, an old nuclear threat, a time of mediocrity, betrayal, and evil men. None of the horrible things that occurred, occurred by deliberate and careful design. Almost all the bad things occurred by chance, by chaos, complexity,...

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#1034: The Fanciful Event Emitter: A Super Strange Programming Poem
Thursday • July 14th 2022 • 7:31:32 pm • 4KB

Event happens when you click a mouse, it is called the click event. The event comes with some information, and that information is just named values, like x=5, or user=alice. Emitter means that we can emit events, we can say emit alert “Hello!” A...

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#1033: Little Stories From Nordhouse Dunes
Wednesday • July 13th 2022 • 8:05:39 pm • 4KB

I was camping at a tent site some minutes into the State Park, I started my fire and made some hot dogs. And a family with two or three teenagers, started unpacking next to my site. I was wearing my leather Wolverine Jacket, listing to an ancient iPod. ...

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#1032: The New School; Or, Building The First Imperfect School That Is Worthy Of All The Future Generations
Tuesday • July 12th 2022 • 1:08:23 pm • 5KB

What if , we don't need tests that are secure and vicious, because we are not forcing anything. We are simply creating a new school full of knowledge, guidance on the left pane, the machine that must be manipulated in the right pane. And all the way down...

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#1031: Schools Where Teachers Are Trained To Teach Students Who Just Want To Learn
Monday • July 11th 2022 • 1:35:32 pm • 3KB

If teachers, allowed students to learn what they are interested in Then they wouldn't need training, to teach students what doesn't interest them. (It is important to understand, that I use the word teach very loosely here, forcing students to...

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#1030: The Comic Book Artist
Sunday • July 10th 2022 • 8:14:27 pm
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#1029: Into The Fray; Or, Code Generation And The Search For Motivation To Learn Programming
Sunday • July 10th 2022 • 5:48:27 pm • 4KB

It is hard to make money from programming all by yourself, because the products you compete against are made by multiple people. I suspect most times, you are up against a startup that didn’t take off, so there is four people with nothing to do. Only the...

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#1028: I Went To The Woods; Or, Don’t Let Broken Schools Frighten You
Saturday • July 9th 2022 • 9:18:26 pm • 4KB

Don't give up on Knowledge and Wisdom, don't let fake schools get to you, or derail you, the cure to broken schools, is self education. This can sweetly begin with modern narrated books that are thought of as priceless, by all the world intellectuals. It...

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#1027: What Is In A Programming Language Anyway?
Friday • July 8th 2022 • 3:43:19 pm • 6KB

, , , , and to group variables and functions together into a structure that makes sense to you. For example, my if(app.user.loggedIn()){app.navigation.signOutButton.visible = true} So computer programming, is super simple. If you stick to one...

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#1026: The High School Cookbook
Thursday • July 7th 2022 • 8:45:32 pm • 2KB

Math without context is impossible to learn, but math, or programming, or composing, in context of breaking out of poverty seems dirty. For one Humanity should be wise enough to set all the students free from poverty. As it is not really possible to...

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#1025: Real School And Subject Divisions
Wednesday • July 6th 2022 • 3:23:13 pm • 4KB

As you probably have figured out all the subject divisions are wrong, they exist for the school not for the student. And we need a real-world, source of subjects. Both to adopt it, and expand the list by subtle analogy to existing items. , is an a-OK...