The Alchemist

by Paulo Coelho The Alchemist is a novel about a journey of a young Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago. Santiago decides to travel to the pyramids of Egypt to find treasure he dreamed about one night. On the way he encounters love, danger, opportunity, disaster and learns a lot about himself around the impact he […]


by Vladimir Bartol Novel is based on exciting history of Persia around 1900. The central character is Hasan ibn Saba (Seiduna), religious leader and self proclaimed from Allah sent prophet. He fights holly war at Persian empire from behind his castle Alamut. In spite of small number of his followers in comparison to numbers of […]

Education kills creativity

Imagination is more important than knowledge is a famous quote by Albert Einstein. I’ve always agreed. One that has imagination can learn. But you can never learn imagination by traditional methods. Just the opposite! Traditional methods kill creativity and they kill imagination! Yesterday I’ve stumbled upon a video of Sir Ken Robinson talking about this […]

Prolog variables

Any word beginning with an upper-case letter is a Prolog variable, which is why I had to be careful to use lower-case initial letters in my earlier examples.

A variable isn’t a name, rather it’s a placeholder for information. Query essentially asks Prolog: tell me which of the individuals you know about is a […]