Tag Archives: expression

When a plot point is dumb

Happens far too often. There’s an anime currently being aired in Japan called Phi-Brain. I like it quite a bit. The adventures and point of the show is the main character is a pretty smart guy who has to solve … Continue reading

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It’s alright to make a profit

The “starving artist” cliché has been used to describe those in the creative fields for quite a while. It has been part of history that artists of the past were never appreciated until they were dead, crazy, and usually some … Continue reading

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Give children complicated devices

Does everything need to be simple enough for a child or a grandmother to use? Most things have a place. I’m sure there is a place for simple items. A needed one, that well-serves many. But more recently there is … Continue reading

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Indirect communication has benefits

There always seems to be an argument over whether electronic communications are good or bad for our communication skills with other people. I’m going to ignore that debate for this, and talk about something else. The benefit to not seeing, … Continue reading

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Don’t slow down

If you are tall and have long legs, how fast do you walk? If you are tall and have short legs, how fast do you walk? “I walk at a normal speed,” both answer. And then you both turn, look, … Continue reading

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