Infinite Zenith evokes in the mind's eye a vision of the wonders of what lies in the skies directly above us. Following an aspiring bioinformatian and his reflections on worthy anime and video games, it is only natural that the integration of moé accompany these thoughts for the sake of aesthetics.
That is my opening statement, typical of most anime blogging sites . The namesake of this website was derived off two vessels in the Celebrity Fleet: The Infinity and The Zenith, the former of which was the vessel I boarded many years ago on a journey to the pristine pine forests and tranquil inlets of Alaska's inside passage. The Infinite Zenith was originally created to showcase some more user-friendly flash games, although over the past few years, there was a shift towards anime and gaming discussions. The site has recently undergone several changes to its interface to make it easier to navigate. We hope you enjoy reading the Infinite Zenith. When signing the guestbook, I have two requests A) that one refrains from posting irrelevant or illegal content, and B)
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The Infinite Zenith
It's always a challenge to reflect back on my own identity, as the key issue becomes choosing an appropriate starting point. If I had to choose somewhere to start, I suppose it would be my background. I am an undergraduate honours student majoring in bioinformatics, with the aspiration of lending my knowledge and skill-set to contribute towards medicine. I come across as a taciturn individual who prefers to listen rather than talk, and making contributions to an objective quietly behind the scenes rather than occupying the spotlight. Despite my shyness at times, I can act as a leader of sorts, and generally am very passionate and enthusiastic about what I set my mind to. When I find time from my academic endeavours, I will be reading, drawing, watching anime or gaming.
The briefest history of this site
The Infinite Zenith is interpreted as a point lying at the top of the sky, just beyond our reach, and represents the ever-changing nature of life and how accomplishments lead to new goals. When I first began this website, it was merely intended as a place for me to play Novel Games in the absence of other players, and to show off some of my Sim City creations. Through the past several years, my writing styles and content have been influenced by several well-known bloggers, including Danny Choo and Random Curiosity. In the present day, my website has drawn inspiration from many locations to present anime and gaming content in a simple, user-friendly manner. I typically write for my website as somewhat of a diary to keep track of my thoughts and for my own reflections. The fact that it is a publicly accessible website and has since helped many individuals find what they sought is a bonus.
The LINDSAY Virtual Human is a project being undertaken by the Evolutionary Swarm Design lab at the University of Calgary, with the goal of creating a fully interactive, multi-scale and three-dimensional virtual human for the purpose of improving educational techniques and methods. I joined the team in 2010, and have since been working on various aspects of the project, ranging from simulations to general-purpose tools. As the project aims to deliver innovative anatomy and physiological software, there is a website that details more about the project, its background and other important information.
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There is additional content aside from the website proper: we also maintain a Facebook page for shorter updates and thoughts, as well as a blog for longer discussions. Owing to the fact that there are a wider range of topics I may be able to discuss there outside of anime and games, I've since become a writer for SoftFalcon Studios. the blog will cover a wide range of topics, ranging from software to academics. Links to both locations may be reached below.