Posts Tagged: Mark
Wormholes make separateness irrelevant, Mark said. You are here and there almost at the same time. Plus, they hold matter in air, undisturbed by gravity. Let’s get to work.
I have never seen a wormhole, much less been into one, said Mark. You may know, or not know, that what we are describing is a swarm of minuscule living creatures able to transport anything, including a human body,
Rules support your effort, said Mark. Rules give you a boundary within which to explore infinity. Rules are doors to the possible and the impossible, without rules there are no doors and no exploration. Julia looked at one of the
Mark was startled by Julia early in the morning. She had a smile on her face. I think I understand now, the game is not how things look, it is how things work. Mark quietly prepared a cup of chocolate
There are five rules, said Mark to Julia. You play with others, never against them. You are your only adversary. The game is short, but wide. Explore, connect. Invent.
Julia and Mark planned a board game to play around the city. Anything is part of the game, Mark said. Stone wells are volcanoes, doors are islands, trees are deserted islands, pavement stones are sea waves and anybody is
Mark had a few suggestions for Julia’s exploratory game. While he spoke he never looked at her, but at the mast he was carving. To play you need seven dice, a die with one side, a die with two
Where would you like to draw it? On the stones, in a campo, permanently, for people to play. How does the game work? Gaia and I need your help.
This is what I’d like to do, Julia said. Mark looked at the drawing on the black notebook. It looked like a map, but it did not resemble anywhere he was familiar with, and he was familiar with many