Red Art  ....

The Artist.
The artists should know their audience, whether 'painter' 'writer' 'programmer' 'musician' or other.... We should all know the art of creating art.  by Alan Brack

The Art of Programming.
In art we doodle, we play, we experiment, we suffer.... We rarely but sometimes create what we intended. We sometimes create a masterpiece. We can never ever stop.
We continue with our ideas and our dreams .... We have to compromise, It seems it's always a compromise. We are art, We are programmers, We can never ever stop.
Once we are hooked .... Doesn't matter what level, Doesn't matter how skilled, Doesn't matter why, We are art, We are programmers, We can never ever stop.
So on we go .... A new project, A new challenge,  Like a drug injected into our vains, This one, This time, We are programmers, We know that we can never ever stop.
Never ending .... Once we start, we can never stop ....  Scripts, Routines, Ideas,Thoughts, Experiments  .... We are art, We are programmers, We can never ever stop.
Are you hooked .... Are you with us,  If you're reading this, then you are, You can never go back, You are art, You are a programmer, You can never ever stop.
Into the mystic .... In, Out, Up, Down, Good, Bad, New, Old, The best, The rest, Fast, Slow, The Gurus, We are art, We are programmers, We will never ever stop.  by Alan Brack

The lost chord
An organist, while practicing one day, hit a particular chord which elevated his consciousness and he experienced what might be called nirvana or a glimpse of heaven - perhaps a trance of sorts. However, as with all forms of stimulants, it was short lived and he moved one hand and could not find that chord again. He spent the rest of his life searching for it. 

Code is poetry
Code is the language used to communicate with computers. It has its own rules (syntax) and meaning (semantics).  Like writers, poets, painters and the rest, coders have their own style, such as - ways of  optimizing their code for a particular device, or visual organization and commenting for other coders to better follow.
Code can speak literature, logic and maths. It contains different layers of abstraction and it links them to the physical world of cpu's and memory chips. All of these resources can contribute in expanding the boundaries of contemporary poetry by using code as a new language.
Code can speak about life or death, love or hate. Code is meant to be read, as well as run.

Work takes our time
We all need the money, we work hard for the money .... 
But what good is the money, if we aint got no time.   by Alan Brack

Create 'Red' apps, Learn the art of programming ....