My latest video is about Mayahana Buddhism’s view of emptiness, by way of Dragonball Z power-level arguments!
We’re made of cells, but they won’t give up their secrets so easily. In fiction and in real life, it seems like there’s always a trade-off when we deal with eukaryote cultures.
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This time I’m all about entities which are produced, exist, and are destroyed, like video-game characters and virtual-computers and stage-magicians.
I learned about Luigi at an internship in Data-Engineering, but I mostly worked with Django. There are lots of cool data-processing doodads, and they’ve got pretty cool names.
Today’s video is about this kinda fork-shape. Boo!
The fork shows up in episodes of Black Mirror, but I also think it’s emblematic of the mindflayer in the new season of Stranger Things. Basically everything is an org-chart if you squint hard enough.
New video! This one’s about how in a pretentious, cosmic sorta sense, everything is a product and an advertisement for one.
Of course, me sharing this video is just another advertisement. So it goes.
My latest vid is about r/imsorryjon, a subreddit where people draw Garfield as sort of an elder deity who eats reality like lasagna. It’s funny, but Momo and Slenderman both managed to cross the barrier into non-ficiton by preying on real children.
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I made another data-video! I scraped a bunch of stuff off Reddit to show how the process of natural selection invades every aspect of our existence from biology to the internet.
You should totally subscribe, and stuff!
I’ve released another video! This one’s about the death of the author, among other things.
How do we know what’s “real” in fiction? We can’t always trust the writer’s word, especially in the era of fan creations and headcanon.
I try to release another video every two weeks or so (the weeks I don’t post writing), so subscribe! I’m having lots of fun with these videos, and I hope you’re having fun watching them.