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Opinion: Is Autobiographical Art Immoral?

“An artist should create beautiful things, but should put nothing of his own into them. We live in an age when men treat art as if it were meant to be a form of autobiography. 209 more words


Programming: College vs Corporation

Disclaimer: This is based solely on my own experience. Other people will likely have different experiences, and the analogy does not apply to greenfield projects. 351 more words


Even if the sky is falling down, I know that we'll be safe and sound

Yes! It’s the middle of the week, which means ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF WORK TO GO. Sorry for shouting, but you have no idea how glad I will be when this week is over. 263 more words



Fog in the throat was exemplary. When we faced a severe dog on the street we had such fog in our throat. But fog in the throat was like mist in our eyes. 107 more words


A quick feminist issue, to set the tone.

 I have a confession to make:

I’m totally obsessed with how I look. Sometimes, in moments of morbid purposelessness, I think that it might be the most important thing in my life. 928 more words


Remembering London - Empty Stations, Bare Feet, & Four Strangers


It was a fresh night. Autumn was slipping gradually into Winter, much to London’s dismay. The shops had surrendered their fluorescent T-shirts and sandals for (over-priced) Winter coats and heavy-duty boots, and Clinton’s was already stocked up on the personalised Christmas cards and (over-priced) gift wrap. 1,788 more words

The Effects of Mindfulness (1): freeing my preoccupied mind

The earlier post on interconnectedness included a declaration of intent – I was going to seek a deeper understanding of the concept both by reading and by the practice of mindfulness, amongst other things. 998 more words