Mr. Horne's Book of Secrets

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Hand. Writing.

When building a blog, you quickly come to realize that your chosen subject has many facets. Some facets are big and paradigm-changing. Some facets are small but still pertinent because they provide the subject with precision and polish. Perhaps none of…
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You have my Apologies

The blog is back up. Some readers might not even have realized it was down. It was, for about two days. 🙁 The reasons for this are complicated. After my last post, I tried to respond to a comment left…
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Let’s Drop What We Were Doing and Talk about Captain America: Civil War

Well, I watched Captain America: Civil War last saturday. So instead of blogging about whatever I was going to blog about, I am going to blog about that. No spoilers. I promise Mr. Devil’s Advocate: “I promise nothing.” In which case, I…
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Blocks

Becoming a writer has been an eye opening experience for me, in many ways. I never appreciated all the work that went into writing a book until I actually did it. And I also didn’t realize just how possible it is…
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Getting Ready

Short post this week. I have been thinking more about how one could theoretically automate the process of writing a book. A Model Based on 3D Exploration Computer graphics has become an increasingly important field in software engineering. And it…
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Can a Robot Write a Book?

Gotta get this next chapter written before my batteries run out. And my laptop’s almost out of power, too. Welcome back to Mr. Horne’s Book of Secrets. Our subject today is a particularly prickly one, so once again I have enlisted the…
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Mr. Devil’s Advocate Sets the Record Straight

Hi there, Mr. Devil’s Advocate here. Now, I understand that all of you have been spoon fed some rather flamboyant opinions lately. Since I am in the business of keeping extreme ideas in check, I thought I should take this…
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So Shall Media

I’ve done a few long posts lately, so I’ll keep this one short and sweet. Sometimes I’m afraid I’m addicted to Twitter. What can I say? My brain constantly craves information. And Twitter never fails to give it. Not all…
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How Barnes and Noble could get its Groove Back

A post dealing with the book industry? How novel. More specifically, this post is entirely about a single bookstore. You know its name. You’ve wandered its shelves. You’ve eaten its brownies. And after eating them, you probably sat at the…
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