Chapters 1-3 of My Young Adult Novel, “Deviant”

This summer, I've been spending a lot of time editing and finishing a draft for my YA novel titled Deviant, a project that I've been working on for over two years. Although I thought I was finished with the basic draft this winter, I decided to reconfigure some key aspects of the plot, especially when … Continue reading Chapters 1-3 of My Young Adult Novel, “Deviant”

Literature + Computation = Amazing Results

As a graduate student in English, I guess it comes to no surprise that I tend to have an inherent aversion to math and anything related to quantitative studies. Even as I child, I was unable to understand why the Count from Sesame Street felt such orgasmic joy as he immersed himself into the realm of numbers. … Continue reading Literature + Computation = Amazing Results

Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization

Alexander R. Galloway's Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization is by far one of the most exciting and challenging readings that I have encountered in a long time. In essence, it is a book on issues within the realm of computer science targeted towards individuals who have little or no experience within the field. By focusing his … Continue reading Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization