Metaphysics of Morrowind

This link will take you to a multi-part blog that discusses exactly what it says, the Metaphysics of Morrowind. It is seriously one of my favorite blogs ever written, and if you’re a bit of a lore hound like I am, I’m sure you will soak it all up.

As the blog discusses the poetry of Morrowind, I’d like to share one of my favorite poems from the game below.

A whole World of You.
God.
God outside of all else but his own free consciousness, hallucinating for eternity and falling into love: I AM AND I ARE ALL WE.
–Loveletter from the 5th Era

Advantages of Intentional Learning

At the end of my last article, I mentioned that the fundamental advantage to my constant research was that “I am never unaware.”

While that melodramatic statement made a great stopping point for my rant, I want to assert that there are many rewarding effects to living intentionally with technology. To preserve my pride and the drama of the last post, it seems a new post is the best choice to enumerate these benefits. I’ve always been a sucker for a dramatic exit.

A Dark Knight is Better than No Knight at All: Why We Need Bitcoin Despite its Flaws

by Brett Scott, originally published by The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance blog

A Knight on a chessboard can be looked at from two different perspectives. Firstly, we can zoom in and analyse it in absolute terms as a closed system. What is the shape of the Knight? What capabilities does it have? What kind of language does it use to describe itself?

5 Things About Skyrim You Never Noticed

Ihave spent around 600 hours in Skyrim since the game first came out in 2011. I suspect that number might actually be far greater. In anticipation for the new release, I started playing again.

It must have been the shiny modded version vs. my old XBOX360 memories that inspired these observations, because certain idiosyncrasies of the game started to click with me this time around. Here are some of my favorite realizations.