Damsel in Distress, Laurence Demaison, 2008

It was cleverly solved, yet I kept thinking about it. I had more understanding to manifest.

That day, my brother showed me a sorting algorithm he implemented in assembly code. From the outline of his explanation I noticed a possibility for optimization.

I grabbed a pencil and I drew a…

“Wake up, Neo …” scene, The Matrix Trilogy.

Amid the pandemic. It is February 2020. Everything had to close and the Master project that I decided to conduct on my own became even more lonely. My request of not dragging incompetence was answered by, What about no supervision? Perfect. I had freedom of conduct and discovery. …

Black cat in Hotel Lafayette, The Matrix Trilogy.

It is the first Friday of winter holidays. My writing on “Informational Transducers” is going out of hand. It wasn’t in my plans to write off-series. It came out of necessity. The ideas deserved their own piece.

My thoughts penetrated the topic deeper than expected. I almost sank without reaching…

The Machines, from The Matrix Trilogy.

During my days as a college undergrad, I’ve always felt the same whenever I looked at a derivation (or any piece of text). A board filled with equations, assumptions and some textual punctuation. I tell myself, “Is this the best we can come up with?” While others found comfort in…

Beside a number of cognitive skills that earned me the qualification of an intellectual, metaphoric thinking was and is still the hallmark of my sense-making process. This type of thinking is quite often misunderstood or even deemed inferior to other types of thinking. I can easily make the case that…

I knew this distinction for a while. It goes back to when I started learning how to implement algorithms in various languages. Back then, I was still in middle school. And as is the case with many thoughts I had when I was young, they resurfaced back years later with…

Few days ago, I realized that the making of knowledge is comprised of two kinds of movement instead of one. When you inquire you aren’t just moving through a tunnel but rather walking the surface and across the levels of a tractricoid-like structure.

This realization shed light on something interesting…

Aesth

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