Pace Oddity If you could slow down an action that usually zooms by, or speed up an event that normally drags on, which would you choose, and why? THINGS I BROOD ON AND WOULD LIKE TO GET DONE ALREADY That' what my mother would have said. "Normal shmormal, as long as your healthy." In Yiddish. Well, … Continue reading NORMAL SCHMORMAL AHBIGAZINT
I'm astonished how many people have read these two novellas and miss the point. Some readers apparently can't see any connection between the two stories. They think these novellas are in a single volume by a fluke or "to fill up space." Either they didn't really read them or they are conceptually challenged, unable to make a logical leap between … Continue reading ALL TECHNOLOGY IS MAGIC — WALDO AND MAGIC, INC.
Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Patterns Water, architecture, ice, arches. Patterns in black and white. Light and dark, arranging itself to form designs that are there for us to see when we carefully look.
Formulated by the British author Arthur C. Clarke, these three laws -- especially the last one -- are accepted as science fiction "fact." Clarke's three laws are so ubiquitous in the literature, they are (with Asimov's laws of robotry), the basis of many stories by a wide spectrum of authors in the science fiction and fantasy genres. For your enlightenment: When a distinguished but … Continue reading CLARKE’S THREE LAWS OF PREDICTION