(Art: Prometheus - Theodoor Rombouts) THE REALITY OF PROGRESS My first short story was about a psychologist employed at a research facility in Southwestern Colorado. His employer was funded by the government to research ways to manipulate a human’s perceptions of his own reality through drugs and what was known as the Dream Room, basically … Continue reading Why Sci-Fi?
I forgot this. I never finished it, but it was meant to be a backstory for my Jedi Sage in SWTOR. I still play around in SWTOR on occasion, and will probably get back into it once I get my Alienware monster next week. Just a quick scene. No substance. --- The Miraluka youth named … Continue reading The Old Republic: Griegan
I expect big things this next year. 2013, among other things, will be the year I complete my first novel. It will also be the year I definitely pay off my car, possibly enroll in school again, and perhaps get one or two of my short pieces published. Those are big things. I'm not making … Continue reading Epic Anticipation
Progress is relative. In just two weeks, I've conquered the Adventures of Lolo 1, 2, and 3. This weekend, I finally finished the main quest of Skyrim. A week ago, my team in NHL 13 broke .500 for the first time, just in time for a playoff run. I have less than 100 words left … Continue reading Akinesiac
And finally, here is my last transplant from the Reliquary. It's cold in Texas today - so appropriate, yes. When I say that some of this really happened, I mean it. Except that I'm the one who tortured Destro for information. --- [Some of this really happened, but most of did not. I always … Continue reading Frozen Texas Summer
I've been a PC gamer since ... well, a long time. What follows is a blatant plug for a venture I support very strongly. If you don't want to hear my reminiscences about how gaming used to be, then please skip to the end. I had the original Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy text adventure, … Continue reading Have Spaceship, Will Dogfight
A good story has a beginning and an end, and some stuff in between. It's tough to tell when it stops beginning and starts to end. Beyond that, there are stories out there that have no discernible beginning or end. It's tough to tell when they start beginning and stop ending. They become a Möbius … Continue reading Epic: The Case for the End to “The End” in Everything