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A collection of vignettes and essays on the intersection between poetry and engineering written by a practicing engineer specialized in digital design.

Owner: xbanguyen

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Language: English

Tags: engineering, poetry

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Latest Blog Posts for A Literary Engineer's Notebook

  • Of Beauty and Truth, Denied
    on Dec 4, 2016 in Uncategorized
    Should an engineer attempt to prove the assertion that beauty is truth, truth beauty? I say yes even after realizing that the term negative capability also comes from the same source, the poet John… Source: Of Beauty and Truth, Denied...
  • Surprising The Senses
    on Jul 10, 2016 in Uncategorized
    If you were able to touch the wings of a dragonfly in flight one summer afternoon, would you be able to replicate the sensation of flying? Icarus not withstanding, intentionally directional weightl… Source: Surprising The Senses...
  • Surprising The SensesIf you were able to touch the wings of a dragonfly in flight one summer afternoon, would you be able to replicate the sensation of flying? Icarus not withstanding, intentionally directional weightlessness would be a welcome addition to our other sens...
  • The Poetry Of Memory
    on Nov 29, 2015 in Uncategorized
    Last night I saw my father smiling broadly behind the wheel of a shiny Vetta. The chrome trims, the cream leather,  accents the color of ocean made my admiration for the automobile felt normal, Vetta a normally coveted make of cars believable the wa...
  • A Simulated Sky
    on Aug 11, 2014 in Aerogel chemistry summer
    A Simulated Sky.
  • A Simulated Sky
    on Aug 11, 2014 in Aerogel chemistry summer
    A Simulated Sky.
  • A Simulated SkyEarly summer morning stops beingt a cliche when you catch a glimpse of that peculiarly blue sky standing by the kitchen window at five nursing a hangover from reading past two. It has been some years but that blue sky is still dependable, the anticip...
  • A Simulated SkyEarly summer morning stops being a cliché when you catch a glimpse of that peculiarly blue sky standing by the kitchen window at five nursing a hangover from reading past two. It has been some years but that blue sky is still dependable, the anticip...
  • A Transformed Isolation
    on Jan 27, 2014 in Emily Dickinson
    A Transformed Isolation.
  • A Transformed Isolation
    on Jan 27, 2014 in Uncategorized
    “Nothing is the word that renovates the world.”  The sentence fairly leaped off the page, seizing my shoulder, sitting me down to start this post. Reading a couple of lines further that “No is the wildest word we consign to languag...
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