Ex Machina

  "She's made of small parts, of metal, and plastic, of things none of them human, do you understand that?" I do, I know the argument, humans are being phased out, it all started long ago. And, now, it's difficult to work out the difference, to know who's "real", and what isn't. Our reality has … Continue reading Ex Machina

Jester #5words

Inspired by the Secret Keeper's weekly writing prompt #103   Still in the black, dawn not so far away, the last dream hoists its sail - and, I, forever the jester the fuse of your nights, the white noise of your world...   Picture: Charles Baudelaire by Felix Nadar, 1855, via afrouiafroui.tumblr.com  

Trinken #AtoZAprilChallenge

It is a threat, and a pleasure, perhaps the most pernicious risk to mankind since the Black Death… Yet, how could we give up those marvels of nature, human skills and poetic evocations? Just think: from the Old World to the New, Pino Grigio, Montbasillac, Saint-Emilion, Burgundy, Champagne, the marvellous Australians, the North-Californians, the Cahors, the sunshine from … Continue reading Trinken #AtoZAprilChallenge

#AtoZChallenge2015: Orthogonal

The word orthogonal conjures up memories of wonderful maths classes, many years ago, as well as more obscure readings, much later, of absconse topological subjects. Geometry was one of the great pleasures of my youth: yes, we are all different! I quote from: Barile, Margherita. "Orthogonal." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource, created by Eric W. Weisstein. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Orthogonal.html "In elementary … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge2015: Orthogonal