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Review of The Circle by Dave Eggers

The Circle runs everything – all your internet activity in one easy, safe and visible place. No wonder it is now the world’s most powerful and influential company.

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Where the Wild Things Are

Everything is great when you’re a kid. Everything is still great when you’re a tween. Everything is only kind of great when you’re a teenager. And boy, when Thomas Gray wrote “ignorance is bliss”, the man sure as hell wasn’t joking. 586 more words


Reading while Travelling

I read. I read a lot. I read fast. I read for comfort. I read for distraction. I read to learn. I read for fun. But I’m a picky reader; I only read certain mediums of text. 360 more words


Sometimes Disappointment comes in Threes

The beloved author is quite the phenomenon. They publish a book, and there they are on NPR, in Huffington Post, in the New York times, suddenly selling books hand over fist.   817 more words

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Browsy Sunday


I just finished The Circle by Dave Eggers. We’re quickly moving towards the weird utopian world the novel describes, a world in which our entire lives are public and easily quantifiable. 501 more words

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I keep expecting to have something to report. I don’t. Work, class, more work, and more class.

I did, however, visit the Museum of Unnatural History. 124 more words


Review - Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever? by Dave Eggers

–Don’t you think the vast majority of the chaos in the world is caused by a relatively small group of disappointed men?

–I don’t know.

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