Monthly Archives: November 2006

Is there a pedagogical value to being confusing?

When a teacher makes a lot of mistakes, and you notice them and shoot up your hand to correct them, are you learning more or less than if the teacher was right all the time? What if it isn’t you … Continue reading

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Flash is back

I used a new FTP site, so here is my first flash again. Watch for more coming up!

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Ruben's Tube

Whenever I see something like this, it gives me more reason to become an eccentric rich person who retires to live in a museum owning all sorts of shit like this.

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The new iCod

And the original:

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Theory of Forms what? what?

I love the ancient idea of Theory of Forms by Plato. I try to reference it as much as possible in conversation. The idea that there are two worlds, the real one, and than a higher one of perfect ideas … Continue reading

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What have I been up to?

With my (barely) free time? Playing Hitman 2 – it’s a beautiful combination of TPS, puzzle solving, and cinematic experience. It’s the sort of game I would be proud making.

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The Statistics of Awesomeness

I have a very deep faith. Faith, that in the large but not infinite set of possible events on this planet, awesome things happen. There are, after all, six billion conscious beings on earth. That is a really big number. … Continue reading

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The Definition of an Artist

This following is not bullshit. As far as I can tell, people who call themselves artists do little to create things that are “new”. (There is nothing wrong with that, by the way) I am of the belief that all … Continue reading

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