The Weekly Gnuz & Lynx Roundup: 2014/04/27


G’day, and happy Sunday. During last week and this, I’m involved in the work of building on my new blogs before they go public. Some will be geared toward specific formats and content, and some not. This site, and my Blogspot site will be two of my general-purpose blogs, with possibly one other once I pin down what I want to use the others for.

I’ve begun all of the pages for each blog, though they are just those existing since their debut onward. They will continue to evolve and grow, so of course new pages will be added over time.

I’ll be viewing another series of lectures to take and make notes from, How Conversation Works, Six Lessons for Better Communication, and will post a review once study of the notes is complete. This week, I’ll be drafting a review of The Philosopher’s Toolkit, which I found to be an incredibly cool course.

I’m reading through my back issues of Skeptic and Skeptical Inquirer magazines, and it will be a while before I get done with all of them, but it beats staring at my fractal apps’ rendering windows while the images are being processed.

As many of you may know, I’m particularly interested in Indian culture, including music and the performance arts, so I’ve included something with a South Asian flavor as this roundup’s weekly video.

I’ve been fooling around more with Kleinian group fractals, in my work on creating cool headers and backgrounds for the new blogs, and some neat images have resulted from that.

I’ve posted one of my favorites from yesterday with this entry below. Click to embiggen:

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The Weekly Blogs:

The Other Blogs:

The Odd, the Strange & the Sciencey:

“Nadia”– Shankar Tucker ft. Juanita John…

…because Indian-style music is cool:

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