Richard Neutra is my favourite modern architect mainly by virtue of the fact that he’s the one I know most about, although I have yet to visit and experience one or more of his designs. (which is on my bucket list) To better understand what was going on architecture in the 1940’s and 50′ (in… Read More Home Design and Richard Neutra
A fresh look of how the Gospel writers would understood the writings of Moses. Seth provides fresh interesting facts with each page turn and in style of writing I enjoy. The Torah, the Law the Pentateuch, the Oral Law, the early church. I particularly enjoyed how Seth highlights the Parallel threads all through scripture. God… Read More Reading Moses, Seeing Jesus: How the Torah fulfills its goal in Yeshua
The SABC the untold story
Chappie is interesting story about young robot who taken in by thieves and gangsters and led astray much like Pinocchio (1940). The film is set in Johannesburg and reveals the darker side the new South Africa. It brings introduces a few of it own ides and revisits some interesting concepts, so for example elements of… Read More Chappie (2015) by Neill Blomkamp
Moon by Duncan Jones is a cross between 2001 Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssey and The Martian (2015), it has elements of Artificial Intelligence and corporate enterprise in space. It’s very much about the isolation which Bowie suggested his song were often about. It foretells speaking and interacting with computers as well as the possibility of… Read More Moon (2009) by Duncan Jones
This will become a collection of thoughts about education and to start us off a talk by Ken Robinson about the possibility that schools are taking away creativity.
The earliest computer game / TV game I can recall seeing was a game of Tennis and it was in a furniture shop in Westville call “Mack Nemees” there was some sort of device connected to a TV. I was probably about 10 or 11 years old. At about age 14 Hugh (my brother in… Read More The Games we played (or tried to play)