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the bestselling book, I Ate Tiong Bahru: “Unlike anything else I’ve read…”

i ate tiong bahru is a dynamic little book full of warmth, humor and facts. This blog post includes a free short story and many short videos about Tiong Bahru. Continue reading

Arbicles

Arbicles are pieces of bike equipment which have partial or total AR functionality. Continue reading

A ball hit a mask

A writing experiment/draft about John Cusack’s recent visit to Toledo, my recent visit to Toledo, art, the entertainment industry, the Cubs and Indians World Series, my mom and dad, surrealism and stuff like that. YOU ARE WELCOME TO READ THE … Continue reading

ARphabet Tour: Readings and Writing Workshop

Hi! There will SOON be a new Indiegogo campaign for the ARphabet Tour. All of the sections of the ARphabet Tour are explained here. Writing Workshops After years of writing and self-publishing books, including the best selling i ate tiong bahru, … Continue reading

AR as Blockchain: an eye-opener

My limited understanding of blockchain is that it is decentralized. My experiences with AR have given me the impression that AR is also a decentralized technology, though mobile phone makers can be said to be an international cartel of sorts. … Continue reading

Bubiko Foodtour Update: August 23, 2017

In June 2017, public actions began for Bubiko Foodtour, a character who will soon be appearing in AR(Augmented Reality). These actions involve networking, photographing Southeast Asian foods for a Bubiko Foodtour book project and informing the general public about the … Continue reading

Foreign Search Engine: Dorya Glenn

The Picture of Dorya Glenn is a collaboration between Chinese novelist/artist Julie O’Yang and Belgian photographer Filip Naudts. Full of layers, the story, at its core is this: A writer has created Dorya Glenn, a character from another time who … Continue reading

CINEMATOGRAPHY 8.0 light and motion in the age of VR, 360, 4K, 8K, AR, AI, CG and drones

In Praise of Shadows, by Junichiro Tanizaki. Written in 1933, when traditional Japan was contemplating a future full of Western modernism. (50 pages) Towards a New Architecture, by Le Corbusier. Published in 1923, when traditional Western architecture was contemplating a future … Continue reading

Superinterview: April Eberhardt,”literary change agent”

I wish I could find the  Digital Book World article that gave me the first glimpse into the work of April Eberhardt. The article included a mention of her–or, maybe she made a comment.(Found it! It was actually in Publishers Weekly.) … Continue reading

ebooks by Stephen Black and Cyril Wong

Parts of this post are  outdated, but the information about the books is current. (mainly :))It was first written to celebrate a crowdfunding success on Zingohub…. The i ate tiong bahru glassware  crowdfunding campaign went 30% over target in the … Continue reading