Well, I originally intended a bit more for this post, starting from a recount on how I recently finished watching The Big Bang Theory and a tentative remark on how perhaps it is so popular in China and other markets thanks the translators who would put up on-screen footnotes for all those vague pop culture … Continue reading A “Howard Hughes”-Like Moment
I like this self-similarity life shows me. That as a collective we are not wiser: that I don't know how to survive in a crowd as well as I deem ideal; that even though Homo sapiens has got 8 billion individuals and tons upon tons of biomass and artifacts, There's no hint that help will … Continue reading Fwd: A Letter to the Future
I've never imagined opening up my electronic antique box again and have any device in it receive an OS update reminder, let alone one from Apple.Despite this, obsolescence is the only thing here to stay.Excerpt Today, along with iOS 12.4, which is going to be the last iOS release that runs on my current iPod … Continue reading iOS 9.3.6 and iOS 10.3.4
I'm going to step off the LM now.
Extending bits of messages into a poem... Also I got a new iPad mini.
A fantastical encounter. Version 5F I. She saw mountains in her dream. The Sun, joined by a few distant silver crescents, illuminates one side of her dome window as Ann wakes up in the control chamber, rejuvenated, but still slightly fatigued, thanks to the prolonged weightlessness. Slightly disoriented, she takes a brief moment to confirm … Continue reading Drops of Europa
A few days back on Zhihu.com at home, there was an astronomy question that made it onto the "Trending Q&A" list (quite impressive for my homeland), "What is the most frightening celestial object known to science?" Not surprisingly, in the scientifically literate answers -- many of which I might be interested in covering in the … Continue reading What is the Most Frightening Celestial Object?