Dear Linux Magazine Reader,
When you look at something long enough, your eyes start searching for new things to notice. Subtleties come to light. Visual effects that once seemed insignificant begin to command your attention. You follow that attention to once-unknown perspectives – exploring every nuance; casting yourself upon the pathways of discovery. And every nuance leads to other nuances and other perspectives, until the mundane resonates with breathtaking urgency, like an endless fractal ever blooming upon itself.
Then after about five years you say, “All right. Can we please try something different now?”