In an effort to write something that the masses will be able to appreciate, I’ve composed a series of guides concerning things that are not video games.
To be enjoyable, an activity can’t be too easy or too hard. There is a similar idea in education that a student won’t learn if a task is too easy or too hard. How does learning relate to the enjoyment of an activity?
“Add Some Elegance to Your Next Party With These Punch Bowls” – spy.com This is a continuation of an idea I introduced in “Blog Potpourri (pt. 1)”: How does the relationship between author and audience figure into an explanation of what makes a good story? I often think about why I am drawn to certainContinue reading “Trust in Storytelling”
“How to Make Potpourri” – thesprucecrafts.com Potpourri (n) : a mixture of dried petals and spices placed in a bowl or small sack to perfume clothing or a room. The dried petals and spices with which I will perfume my blog this evening are a series of partial and half-baked ideas that might get aContinue reading “Blog Potpourri (pt. 1)”
I hope to capture the idea that the moral practices we have allow groups to do certain things. No particular moral practice has any special status over the other. They are all just good enough to get the groups that used them to where they are today.
Yes, someone already probably said more or less what I am about to say. Yes, they probably said it a bit better. Is it still worth saying?