I find that when I write I often keep a layer of remove from myself, reworking, remolding, analyzing as I go. Each sentence loses a little shimmer from this process. Like every thought must be handled by rough, appraising hands. Ideas like produce at a supermarket. Once bruised by a cold, appraising shopper, then forever damaged and… Continue reading Silencing one’s self
I have some fond memories of recovering from a grueling fall semester while laying about in pajamas crafting decks and playing matches online in Scrolls. I’ve been thinking about that time a lot lately, and consequently have been digging up old hobbies (like this blog). So I decided to look up what was new with… Continue reading The Curious Case of Scrolls
So I did go ahead and program a dynamically generated Sieve of Eratosthenes, but I just wanted to write a quick post about divisibility by 3 before I write a novel about the Sieve. Many of us know the trick for checking an integer’s divisibility by 3: just sum the digits and if the resulting… Continue reading Testing Divisibility by 3.