Friday, January 30, 2015
“The decor of the Cyberpad was futuristic as anything, yet Mark could see slight undertones of a time before the computer. Everything had smooth lines and curves, rarely any excessive frill yet with a few appealing patterns. The cybernetic wall art was very interesting and painted directly onto the walls in bright vivid colors mixed with dark ones.”- Spidersilk the novel
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Spidersilk the novel scratches the service of how vast our universe and the multiverse is. The main character, Mark is able to travel through hyperspace and encounters many other dimensions. Although it is easy to see everything is incredibly large, it is hard to fathom just how large it all is. For example, NASA just released the largest photo that has ever been take. The photo is only of a small area though, but as you zoom it you can see there’s so much more that the camera is still missing. It’s pretty incredible, check it out here:
Friday, January 23, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Spidersilk the novel takes place in many locations in the multi-verse, which makes it exciting when a location rings a bell. The main character, Mark, references a place called Olympia which is the location in which he chooses to locate his videogames. On the flip side he also talks about a place called Olympus, where he is residing. Both exist in our realm though, which makes it all the more fun to image what Mark and his friend’s version of these places may be. In our thread in the multi-verse, Olympia is where the Olympic Games began and Olympus is a mountain in which the Greek gods existed. Both powerful places that deserve a second look, if not a visit!
For more on Olympus and Olympia check out this page.
Friday, January 16, 2015
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
In Spidersilk the novel, the main character, Mark, experiences a lot when he’s asleep. Although many would disregard his adventures, romance and battles as mere dreams others would consider it travel to another dimension. In fact, even in our reality, people sometimes consider their dreams to be real. Occasionally they’ll predict something that happens, or a dream will lead them to take on a new challenge or advise them to let something go. This certainly suggests that when we sleep we’re able to visit a new dimension, even if we don’t always remember it. For more information on this concept of dreams and dimensions check out this link: http://www.infinite-manifesting.org/Dreams.html
Friday, January 9, 2015
“Mark swiftly focused his eyes, which became so hot that they emitted a thick luminous forceful wave. The creature, suddenly exposed by the light, was caught off guard. It hesitated out of shock and stumbled from the wave, grasping at where it was hit.”- Spidersilk the novel
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
In today’s society we thrive on coffee. From a morning brew to the treasured specialty cup, most people find a satisfaction in the taste and effect of a cup of coffee. Although Spidersilk the novel takes place in another dimension, coffee is still a major part of the book. From Mark’s love of espresso to the officer’s secretary ensuring there’s a cup of Starbucks on his desk, the theme of coffee is ever important. If you’re interested in learning a bit about coffee culture check out this Smithsonian link which will start you out with the coffee of yesterday and guide you into today’s coffee trends.