Having spent some time looking at the bizarre/unique way I 'see' numbers, I thought I'd share this snippet about how I see words:
I don't like Scrabble. There was a game called Boggle that I used to prefer, and maybe it's because the letters on Boggle were on all sides of a cube (like a dice). I don't 'get' Scrabble. When forced to play it (which is thankfully very infrequently) my delight comes from trying to use the tiles to make the nicest word I can think of - not to score points. Which I believe defeats the purpose of the game. But who can think that a game of words should be constructed so as to amass numbers? Ugh. My acts of resistance against Scrabble is that I will throw away/hold onto letters just to be able to put down a word like Theatre or Moose - or whatever word I feel like I want to make when I first ‘see’ a word emerging out of the letters.
Playing with words is, of course, central to All Moments as you will discover if you read it. For now, this is just to warn you not to expect the standard model within my text!
Find out more about the theory, process and meanings - an exercise in creating a brain in a virtual vat.