My journey into photography is a highly visual story about slipping into madness. In this post, I've outlined all pivotal moments so far.
Hypotaxis and parataxis, what does that mean? It's about the arrangement and subordination of phrases. I've got a habit of going for hypotaxis all the time, but I'm striving to interject parataxis into my writing some more.
Happiness via a quiet mind might just be the most ambitious of quests; so elusive and difficult to attain. This is stoic philosophy encapsulated in a poem.
Is there a way to tell a good story? I've outlined several ways of how great stories have been structured for centuries.
The minification of the media landscape might be a formating illusion. We do in fact love long stories.
The Twin Peaks finale left me sad and empty. But what if I was wrong and the actually show ended on a positive note?
Why are there four dots ending the intros and opening crawls in Star Wars? And is there really such a thing as a 'four dot ellipsis'?
How can you avoid becoming one of those lazy content marketers who are saturating their content with platitudes?