Author Archives: stoove

About stoove

A physicist, researcher, and gamesman. Likes to think about the mathematics and mechanics behind all sorts of different things, and writing up the thoughts for you to read. A competent programmer, enjoys public speaking and mechanical keyboards. Has opinions which might even change from time to time.

From the jaws of victory.

I am a failure. Well, I could just leave it there I suppose. Continue reading

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Unsafe Spaces

The best learning experiences are indeed while the student is in a position of (intellectual) discomfort, but this is only effective when the discomfort is limited in scope, is specific, is relevant, and has been sought by the student from a position of comfort. Continue reading

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“The leopard doesn’t change its shorts”

A human is the sum of their gradual changes of heart, and the best humans have learned how to change their hearts effectively. Continue reading

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The Establishment – And why you should read about it.

I didn’t enjoy this book, and I highly recommend it. Continue reading

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Heroes Two Point No

My last post tried to make a constructive discussion from something which some people thought was “entitlement” on the part of a gaming subreddit. I think I did a pretty good job! What’s ne- Challenge accepted.

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Critiquing a Book’s Paragraphs

When was the last time you heard or saw people arguing about how a book’s paragraphs could be formatted? What about camera maintenance for this movie? How to make the high-hats better on a music track? What type of brush a … Continue reading

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On Overworking Oneself

As I arise from bed for the third time this Saturday morning, head pounding and regretting that I haven’t been able to do what I wanted with my weekend, I would like at least to say that I shouldn’t have got … Continue reading

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