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Critique: Dallas Episode 160 — ‘Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie’

What do I love about the final scene in “Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie”? Oh, pretty much everything. The Ewings stand in the Southfork driveway, panicked because no one knows the whereabouts of Miss Ellie and Jessica, whose murderous past has finally come to light. 908 more words

Larry Hagman

Basics, Laces, and Pretty Faces

// Discourse of Advertising Assignment 2

There is often a clear division in lingerie ads that signify a segregation between the practical and the fashionable. Through advertisements, it is evident that not all lingerie serves the same purpose. 1,169 more words

NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge: Crickets

So after the craziness of NaNoWriMo died down, I was looking for another community based writing event. I stumbled upon NYC Midnight’s Short Story Challenge through Twitter (I think!) and was intrigued. 2,701 more words


Imitation Game

“Vous ne connaissez pas cet homme. Pourtant, il a changé nos vies”. Plus de 50 ans après les faits, on découvrait en 2012 les exploits d’Alan Turing, mathématicien anglais qui a déchiffré le code Nazi “Enigma”. 613 more words


Interesting conversation with my Mom

I haven’t been good at posting over the last two months, as I’m sure happens with everyone life tends to get in the way, especially over the holidays.   364 more words



One of the theories about socialism and society is that imperfect communication results in  imperfect distribution. We have different methods for dealing with imperfect distribution but today I will outline how networks today allow us to solve problems of yesteryear. 363 more words


Creating Corporate Brand Identity Through Architectural Design

Creating a strong brand identity is not new to FMCG businesses like Hindustan Unilever (“HUL”). The idea of using architecture to create and reinforce corporate identity, however, is still a relatively new concept in India. 778 more words