Category Archives: analysis

It Takes Two to Tango

[This post was originally published in March 2013 on the blog of Stubble & Glasses, which sadly no longer exists.] “Average [English] man has 9 sexual partners in lifetime, women have 4” The Telegraph, 15th December 2011 I see a headline … Continue reading

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Learning to Cheat Without Breaking the Rules, Part 2: Frameworks for Cheating

For the same reason as in Part 1, these posts are illustrated using the Hand of Fate: Comic Strip Playing Cards by Karen Rubins. In the first part I explained how a sequence of games taught me to become comfortable … Continue reading

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Inception Diagram and Explanation (spoilers, obviously)

If you’ve somehow found yourself looking at this page but actually want to avoid Spoilers for Inception, you should leave now. Right. People are posting Inception Theories all over the internet, but even the ones that agree with me aren’t … Continue reading

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Learning from Disney's mistakes

Up until Home on the Range in 2004, Disney was releasing a hand-drawn animated feature pretty much every year. The Princess and the Frog marks their return to the form after a gap of five years. I read the story … Continue reading

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