Monthly Archives: December 2010

Quick Solutions

I was re-reading: “Drawing on the Right Hand Side of the Brain”; and I was struck by the observation that the right brain’s involvement comes about when the left brain is presented with a task that is too complex or … Continue reading

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Symbols

As part of building a computer game, I have been revisiting my skills in drawing and music. In the process it seems to have done something odd to my head. For me, good drawing comes as much from how I … Continue reading

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One Million Years BC

Wow. I vaguely remembered this from seeing it as a kid on TV (in Black and White). It’s very silly. Raquel Welch in a caveman spectacular. It’s an embarrassing guilty treat. It is kitsch, and very, very silly, and yet … Continue reading

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Stalingrad

Watched the film (Stalingrad 1994, Directed by Joseph Vilsmaier)┬álast night. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed, given some reviews I have read. Admittedly, it wasn’t helped by the dubbing into english (!), but there was something … Continue reading

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Sprained Ankle

Once again by glass ankle packed in. I think I learned something interesting though. A lot of my limp after a couple of days post the accident wasn’t actually due to pain but due to the fear of pain. This … Continue reading

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