About the Author
I'm Stephan, a Linux user with a passion for open-source, UI/UX design, and exploring what makes fiction work.
In my spare time, I focus on (and write about):
- Programming (mainly in Python and Rust)
- Retrocomputing (mostly DOS)
- Reading and Reviewing Fiction
- The odd bit of UI/UX design or literary theory
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Monthly Archives: January 2008
Well, I didn’t want to leave you guys with nothing, so here’s a quick poetry post. Jabberwocky from Lewis Carrol’s “Through The Looking Glass and What Alice Found There”. If you’ve seen Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, you’ll probably recognize the … Continue reading
Huffington Post – Is “Canadian” A Racist Term? In essence, the article says that some people in the southern United States are using the word “Canadian” as a replacement for racist slurs describing black people in their communication. As a … Continue reading
Shinji and Warhammer 40k by Charles Bhepin Length: 20 Chapters, Ongoing Sources: Neon Genesis Evangelion, Warhammer 40k Rating: 5/5 Adjusted timeline, skewed loyalties, a well-written original character or two, philosophy, and psychology. This story has it all. In fact, I … Continue reading
Mercury 2.0 by Tirsis Length: 3 Chapters, Ongoing Sources: Sailor Moon, Tron Rating: 4.5/5 One thing which I think the world needs more of is Tron crossovers. I’ve always enjoyed seeing how various characters react to the discovery of the … Continue reading
BetterExplained.com This is one of those sites that everyone should take a look at. As the title would suggest, it’s got explanations of various sorts. Some math, some computer programming, and a few other things too. I found it through … Continue reading
BadAstronomy.com – Repeat after me: asteroid 2007 TU24 is no danger to Earth Time Cube Time Cube @ Wikipedia Nintendo’s Portable Simultaneous 4-player GameCube Nintendo’s Harmonic Simultaneous 4-player GameCube Thyme Cube Slime Cube @ Uncyclopedia John C. Dvorak – Don’t … Continue reading