One of problems with having so little $ is that I can't support the comics I think need it. Thankfully most of the time the audience is large enough to take up my slack. Not this time though.
Too few people support the web comic Tethered on Patreon, and it's a shame. It's really quite good. If you look in my favorites folder you will run across many pages there. Here are just a few.
I've enjoyed this series so far and i think many of you will too. Go on and check it out.
Web comic link is here http://www.tethered-comic.com/
DA Page is here http://tetheredcomic.deviantart.com/
Patreon page is here https://www.patreon.com/Tethered?ty=h
I happen to like this comic and noticed that it's got a Patreon page set up. The web comic is here
and the Patreon page is here. Check them both out and if you have a little extra $ like I don't :( at the moment, perhaps toss in a little support.
How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later
Philip K. Dick, 1978
An Interesting article by a Sci-fi writer on the nature of reality, mind, and fiction.
Here is a short excerpt...
It was always my hope, in writing novels and stories which asked the question "What is reality?", to someday get an answer. This was the hope of most of my readers, too. Years passed. I wrote over thirty novels and over a hundred stories, and still I could not figure out what was real. One day a girl college student in Canada asked me to define reality for her, for a paper she was writing for her philosophy class. She wanted a one-sentence
I so dearly wish more comic artists would put more thought into story telling then into character design, which is really much more like costume design in practice. MrWolfeConcoctions, who I have been watching for a while, is taking the first tentative steps in that direction in a journal post I hope anyone interested in story telling would take the time to read and ponder. I even break my own self imposed silence to add my 2 cents worth on the subject.