Daily Archives: May 13, 2021

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes: A Case Study In The Kuleshov Effect

One of the joys of having a bit of historical context is that one is able to put things in their proper context. Relatively recently a song came out that was credited to rapper Travis Scott (but which featured uncredited … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elements Of Wit

Elements Of Wit: Mastering The Art Of Being Interesting, by Benjamin Errett One of the interesting aspects of this book is that it was about something else than it originally seemed to be the case. This is a book that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Wit And Wisdom Of Tyrion Lannister

The Wit And Wisdom Of Tyrion Lannister, by George R. R. Martin Rare is the sort of book that accomplishes the difficult, if not particularly desirable, achievement that this one does. This is a book that takes the thoughts of … Continue reading

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