How do you describe a musician that plays over 30 instruments and in order to get feedback from his audience “locked the room, didn’t let anyone out, and then just made big noise”. Nothing fancy you think? But what if the person telling you this with a smile is also an engineer and an official employee of the ministry of culture of his home republic of Slovenia? We think it is best to try to stay as close as possible to the core: Peter Tomaž Dobrila is an electronic and information technology engineer as well as a musician who focuses on the creative use of the new technologies.
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We are taking advice from philosopher and literary critic Walter Benjamin with pleasure, for instance: “Nulla dies sine linea [‘No day without a line’] — but there may well be weeks”. Have a look at The Writer’s Technique in Thirteen Theses put together by Maria Popova: Timeless Advice on Writing.