After Reading “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom

Death will penetrate our life someday. But the day is too far, and we forget the fact. Perhaps, this book is the Morrie and Mitch’s attempt to make us believe the fact and change the ways we see our lives. The book is to be felt rather than understood; it talks to your heart rather […]

After Reading “Invaders” by John Kessel

The short-story “Invaders” has a lot of interesting factors to analyze as a science fiction. Choosing which aspect to look into deeply was a difficult task for me and puzzled me for a long time. I ended up deciding to analyze the analogy and dissimilarity between the Spaniards and the Krel, and how they were […]

After Reading “The Secular City” by Harvey Cox

I was a Christian for more than 20 years since I was given a birth, but the life did not include any logical doubt about it. I was born “in” the world of God, and a special (and illusionary) experience at some point in my life had paralyzed my reasoning on that matter for a […]

How to Build Rotation Matrix From Orientation Vectors

Here is a vector in 3-d space: We can express this vector with three linearly-independent vectors and coefficients: We can also write this in matrix form: The three vectors are called as a basis in 3-d space, as they can be used to express any vector in 3-d space. Especially they are called as the […]

About This Blog

Hi there, my name is Han. I am the owner of this blog. You may find postings in this blog to be segmental, short, or sometimes unkind. That’s because I manage it primarily for myself. I am such a person who organizes thoughts through writing them down. However, at the same time, I would like […]

Game Analysis – Super Metroid

Although Super Metroid is an old video game developed more than 20 years ago back in 1994, it still offers plenty of fun to modern players as if many other classics do. I want to share my thoughts on a mechanic that I find to be the most interesting as well as some benefits and […]