There’s a Chinese saying that the fates are winds that blow through our lives...– Girl in Translation, Jean Kwok (via chaiandchocolate)
Once you have read a book you care about, some part of it is always with you.– Louis L’Amour (Matagorda/The First Fast Draw)
I love the cautious optimism I have at the beginning of the semester. I hope it doesn’t fade. Random weekly topic for genre writing is fan-fiction. I also have to write a western or detective story which should be fun as it will push me out of my comfort zone.
Watching Sherlock for the first time: First appearance - he bewildered me. Second minute mark - he charmed me.
He touched them, the tiny grooves in the paint, places where she had been, where...– Palimpsest by Catherynne M. Valente
The Foo Fighter’s Concert in Sydney. The stadium was completely filled that night. When the band pulled the lights, everyone started waiving their own light to make a constellation of people.
Every morning she pulled a delicate cup from its brass hook and filled it,...– Palimpsest by Catherynne M. Valente
As Above, So Below: Mind reading technology... →
metaconscious: Computational models decode and reconstruct neural responses to speech. The brain’s electrical activity can be decoded to reconstruct which words a person is hearing, researchers report today in PLoS Biology1. Brian Pasley, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Berkeley,…