Beauty in Code

There is beauty in the thoughts expressed in code; the search for the perfect idioms. A logical poetry. There is beauty in the product: that which our code has created. There is beauty in the usability of our code – its API: its language of interaction. Think, for a moment, about your own code. We […]


We pay to read books — so that someone pays for our having paid to read books. We pay to teach ourselves — so that someone pays for our having paid to teach ourselves.


Intelligence — marked by those who see or have been shown. But what of us who have yet to see with no one to show?


Your children are mine for the eating. Sliced and bloodied on bread — cytoplasmic butter.

By Design

Dedicated to Joel Kemp Sr. (1961 – 2011): Father, Writer, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist. Rest in peace dad, maybe things can be different on the next side… Addiction fuels us giving purpose to our lives until it takes them.

Braille Translations

Dedicated to Joel Kemp Sr. 1961 – 2011. He was not blind, but a poet. This was his favorite of my pieces. Rest in peace dad. You wrote one hell of a story… Do not tell me what the world is like; for the times are more beautiful in the darkness. No sights of the […]

Mathematical Logic

By generalizing, we create ambiguities in the interpretation of statements. Logicians attempt to strengthen mathematics — employing new rules to “resolve” the ambiguities. Rules, also subject to misinterpretation — the creation of a cycle of creation: systems to patch systems that patch systems…