Showing posts with label Stewart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stewart. Show all posts

+name-changing Stewart's Opera

'Stewart's Opera' is now just called 'Stewart'. The change was made to draw attention to the Opera being a product of stew choreography - as is, and so there is no need for the redundancy. Likewise, 'stew choreography' is just that [and no longer the extended form of 'stewart' ("the art of stew choreography")]. Note, however, that the paperclip (hashtag) remains as #StewartsOpera.

+Robot (play)

Robot is a one act performance and composition by Link Starbureiy debuting March 19, 1997. The play is a solo piece about a fictional cyborg (Lnq) on Earth's🌍 moon🌚🌙 sometime in the distant future.

The ideation and drafting for Robot began in February 1997. This was his final creative arts assignment as a schoolboy, and was scheduled to be performed in an annual talent show the following month. Robot is often credited as the beginning(s) of the proprietorship, Link Egglepple Starbureiy.

I immediately labeled the show a debacle, and attribute my poor outtake to lack of preparation (the script was still being edited only minutes leading to showtime) and a mishandling of the itinerary by stage crew. In all, I later saw the show as a blessing that I would use as fuel to create more one-man acts (later attributed to my foray into vaudeville that Summer) which evolved my opera, Stewart. (do not confuse with Link Starbureiy%roster, cyborg, or Starbureiy automaton)


As the determining factor in an opus' naming scheme [hashing], a port [uue/:] is the combinatoric of some twistor space as defined by its leaves (u,u)* (ie. the starting point to a walk). Ports primarily aid in the mapping of the payload to pajamas.Technically, as its leaf sorting parametric (ie. "in the key of"...).

+lnq's bubblegum

lnq's bubblegum is a colloquy applied to the default ballet on UUe's rotisserie. As our entrée [part of the standard opening for encryption], it is a self-contained piece which is assumed to be infeasible (but manageable).
That opus number is:
with respective tablature/handicap readings: (6¢/$154.88)
Read/spoken🗣: "LS dot thirty-five, brackets sixty-four"

Note (+): The letters 'L' and 'S' are the initials of 'Link Starbureiy'. The leaf, 'L', has weight 12, and the leaf, 'S', has weight 19, for a total of 31 (12 + 19 = 31). The pencil count/number 35 represents March 5 (third month, fifth day), Link's birthday. So, 35 - 2 = 33 remaining pencils at weight = 1 each, and with two (2) of those pencils totaling 31 in weight, the grand weight of the opus/font equals 31 + 33 = 64.


A goal is a closed🔒 string as a puzzle's proof. It is scored as an opus excluding ¢ent count. (see also smb)

Note (+): Put simpler, a goal is a satisfied (met) objective within some game.


Three-rex (colloquially spelled "3-rex", as a play on the word for the dinosaur, 't.rex' (Tyrannosaurus rex), is a term loosely grouping the fields of sport, music, and commerce*. The union of which implies an economic engine of sorts for juking.Thread monetization (see also treble, smb)

Note (+): Sport is essentially random walk programming. So, the triad is plainly math, music, and money (MMM).


lnq's yoyo is a spool of fibor acting as the simulacrum of Egglepple. It is used for dribbling [a ball traversing a 1-brane]*. In gameplay, the yoyo, krayon, and Stewdio^ comprise the primary mathemusical instrumentation in ballet performance [juking].A type of juggle in jukespace, where the yoyo appears as just plain/regular string (sans discs) readied for input from the Stewdio. The Stewdio is the default mode, whereas the yoyo and krayon work in k-mode.

Note (+): For posterity, the yoyo (particularly the pullstring) is/was what eventually piqued my interest in string(theory + ludology).

+minor scale

The minor scale hosts the primary structure [0-brane+yesegalo] of Egglepple. This is the raw state of EGP decryption*; where pencils are subject(ed) to coloring, but loopstring is yet to be value-assigned and/or taxed. Complexity: PMore like 'un-encrypted'. We only say "decrypted" because, technically, an encryption can in fact be decrypted/reversed. (see also fibor, fibor bundle, SMALL brane)

Function map: minor scalemajor scale → ... groovefiborfibor bundle

+major scale

The major scale hosts* the secondary structure (EGP encryption on primary structure) of Egglepple. Complexity: E In addition to residually defining the tertiary and quarternary structures. (see also fibor, fibor bundle, meshroom, groove, melody)

Function map: minor scalemajor scale → ... groovefiborfibor bundle


Bubblegum is the name given to (a piece of) fibor that is not optimal*. We define bubblegum to be our "dilated vector space having everywhere-vanishing blowup points with boundary", and can easily determine it from being 'that which is bigger than some assigned twistor space (||inf > (u,u)=0||)'.Basically, not MONEY. (contrast ludeiy)

Bubblegum is used - as an improvisation method/tool to make MONEY - in hedging a given handicap [when bubblegum * (n) {n is finite number of pieces as ¢ents} = handicap, then MONEY = yes], and thus, changing the tempo.

Notes (+): +Bubblegum is probably caused from half-integer statistics.

+'Bubblegum' is a metaphorically cohesive polymer, used to 'patch' things up so that MONEY can be made. It shares an equivalence relation with ludeiy.

Function map: bubblegumimproviseMONEY

+key: Z

+key: Y

+key: X

+key: W

+key: V

+key: U

+key: T

+key: S

+key: R