Towards a cure for boredom
I think we need the source code for doublejump. Looks awesome
So good. Resonating and encouraging words. Can't wait to read more.
I'm not sure if you have read it, but it sounds like you would really enjoy reading "The Glass Bead Game" by Herman Hesse.
I concur that it is a wonderful burst when looking at the world flips from being a lot of separate things to a connected world. My most recent one was the "fact" that the chemical compounds released by oak leaves when damaged (i.e. by caterpillar) attract/are detected by wasps that prey on caterpillars. And you can get a sense of that when you smell fresh cut grass.
Scanning with the heuristic: "where are the connections that are hidden from me" seems to be a fruitful one. And never-ending one.
"There is no single fixed view from which everything can be understood, understanding is a constantly evolving feedback loop."
This was a wonderful and resonating piece. Loved it. Can't wait what circuits your brain develops on this journey you're on!