No question about it. My husband and I are opposites. He's a software engineer and I'm a writer. When people glance at my computer screen, they're confronted by a maze of thorny paragraphs, while his is a jungle of coded symbols.
Read Whole Story
The logistician Ludwig Wittgenstein said "nothing's so difficult as not deceiving ourselves." Clear heads are hard to come by, common sense is rarely common, and perception isn't always reality.
What if deception is in the eye of the beholder? And what if lies can help us tell the truth? Enter into the multimedia world of magician Marco Tempest and decide for yourself.
"Magicians will always tell you the trick is the most important thing," Marco Tempest tells us shortly after ushering us into his magical lair, "but I'm more interested in telling a story."
Self-proclaimed "virtual magician" Marco Tempest has crafted a display of illusions using three synced iPod Touch devices.
Tempest's spectacle exp...
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more.