Top of the S-Curve

This short essay is going to be entirely focused on the end of Moore’s law and Ray Kurzweil and his S-curves. As of my writing this in 2019, its become very clear that computer circuits are bottoming out, or topping out, depending on how you want to phrase it. What I mean is that the […]


“Attention Commander Seepgood, do you read? We’ve been receiving your broadcast for the last several minutes, why have you hailed us? Over” Was the reply that came over the radio. “No! Sorry! Can’t read you! You’re f-din- ou-” Screamed the commander, digging through his wardrobe. “Please repeat Commander. Over” “cut transmission!” Yell whispered the commander, […]

Since last we spoke

Its been far too long since last we spoke. Since last we sat across from each other, looked each other in the eye, and exchanged ideas and about something we both cared about. It never once dawned on me that my interest in things would gladly change to any interest you may possess, for even […]

1: Wake up

Darkness overwhelms her, swirling in all directions swallowing her being. Memories blur from the back of her mind to infinity. She can almost reach out and touch his hair again. Lingering in the air is the pungent breath of blood. Silence has overtaken the darkness isolating all of her senses. Is this hell? She reaches […]


background: This is a poem that is highly inspired and built on the poem/lyrics found in the songs of the Australian cowboy film called the Proposition. I won’t take credit for the structure or the perspective but I had a really fun time writing it and thought it was still worth sharing (we could also […]

Up and Running!

After about a year and a half of procrastination I finally decided to migrate this blog! Though in fairness there was no particular reason to worry about migration until my current hosting was due for renewal. So I guess external motivations really are the best? That being said, I have grossly abandoned my site for […]


I watch you as you grow, thinking always of how we first met, a tiny package in the hands of a brazen nurse, hauling you down a flight of stairs. We’d been in the hospital for several days, and before that your mother and I had stayed in a hotel together for one night. You […]