There’s a blog post to be done on theme music for tv shows… one day.
The song used in the opening credits of True Detective. Full version, with lyrics.
I haven’t had much inspiration for the fractal art lately. Most of the inspiration has been directed into applications for jobs for which I am highly unqualified. But I had the chance last week to meet and even shake hands with some very talented people. More about that later in the week, but maybe some of their creative energy rubbed off.
I began fooling about with fractals originally with the idea of creating mandalas. Other possibilities led me away from that idea, but now I’ve returned to it.
First original fractal work in a while: Mrs Hill’s Mandala.
Confirmation of that what we have all long suspected.
Originally posted on The Talking Violin:
Listen up, fellow readers. This may very well be your I-told-you-so moment. Dry, burning eyes may not be the only drawback of inordinate amounts of time spent reading on computer screens. Now, a study from Norway finds that when people read from the printed page, they get more details than when they do so from their highly technological devices. Though still not known specifically why, it seems that by holding a book, turning its pages and knowing how much of it is left, readers absorb more information and then more accurately relay it. I, however, have to warn you to take my words with a grain of salt because I’ve read about the Norwegian research on my iPad, oops!!