Monday Muse: Mary Shelley

 “Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void, but out of chaos.” -Mary Shelley.

 

We cannot create from nothing; instead we must take what we have, the glorious jumbled mess of it, and make something from it. In other words this coding homework is looking a lot like number soup rather than a program, but this chaos is starting to feel like the beginning of something, you know? Better to have a page full of mistakes and possible outcomes than a blank one with no possibilities.