8-bit Buddhism is an exploration of the role of spirituality and meditation in the modern world. Started by a self-proclaimed software developer, fiction writer, runner, systems administrator, uncle, avid reader, tinkerer, armchair philosopher, and practicing Buddhist, 8-bit Buddhism attempts to reconcile some of the more practical applications of Buddhism with the fast-paced no-nonsense attitude predominant in Western society.
You will find reflections and writings on Eastern philosophy, computer technology, and how the two interact with one another. This website is not meant to convert or convince anyone, but to present a way of thinking that hopefully encourages others to step back and take a closer look at their lives. With all the external stimuli surrounding us, it is becoming both harder and more important to sit still and listen to our own voices.
I don’t claim to be any sort of guru or spiritual leader. This blog is really just for fun and for archiving my own thoughts and experiences on anything that strikes my interest. Hopefully you find something on here that will interest you as well. If so, please leave a comment or get in touch. I’d love to hear from you!