Brett Words: Writing and Fiction
I spent a decade of my life pursuing the written word, of which Minataur Tails
(as highlighted above) is the crowning jewel. But there's plenty of other material that is almost as good... and even more for which the term dumpster fire
comes rapidly to mind. But even with that said, much of it is pretty darn spiffy.
Brett Rants: Single Page Works of Art (250+ at last count)
Once again, it's a bit of a mish-mash, spanning the gamut from silly, stupid, and inane to the simply stupendous.
Brett Stuff: Multi-Page Projects
Much like The Rants
, these pages can be hit or miss. The rather extensive Monthly Journals
and the rather cryptic Data Dump
are the only parts I've added much of anything to in a long while. Maybe that will change. And maybe it will not.
Once it became clear I could not be bothered to send out query letters (and thus, monetize my writing), I began to teach myself programming. Yeah, I didn't make any money off that, either. But I did learn to program. And I did write a metric s-ton (or is it f-ton) of code, much of which can be found in Dead Code
: a dumping ground for old and unwanted code, consisting of 150+ files at last count. All of which is not to denigrate the rest of the code (some of which is pretty darn sweet), which can be found by heading off to The Brett Code Spur
A long-long time ago, I wanted a neutral topic to post about, as I learned the ins-and-outs of maintaining a website. I chose food. About the only page I add to these days is Quickies
Eddie Takosori: His Complete Works
Eddie is dead. He is no more. But before he died, he was foolish enough to leave me the rights to his oeuvre, which as with most oeuvres, spans the gamut from insipid to the truly inspired, which is pretty much how I feel about The Sick
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