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If we could show you the future...

would you walk all over it?

Back in the day, at the agency where I was working, we were pleased with this mailer to the customers of a flooring manufacturer announcing their new website. 786 more words

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The Circle, by Dave Eggers

I had already finished reading the first three books of this blog before the idea of reviewing them occurred to me. The Circle was the first book I read while conscious that, after I finished, I would share my thoughts about it online. 501 more words

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The Circle, by Dave Eggers

When The Circle ended up as a book club pick earlier this year, I was like, ennnnhhhhh. As much as I liked Zeitoun when I read it, my book club learned more than a few things about the story and the people involved that have changed my stance on the book since. 620 more words

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Book Number Six: A Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Genius

By Dave Eggers

Someone I used to know and I had an inside joke; that everything that happened in the 90′s happened in the year 1994. 595 more words

Controversy and Craft: On Dave Eggers, Part 4

by K.M. Zahrt

This is the fourth and final installment of this series on Dave Eggers.

In many ways, Dave Eggers’ latest novel, Your Fathers, Where Are They? 1,023 more words

K.M. Zahrt

And now he’s out here, living in Oakland for now. After graduating he tried Chicago first, but tired of constantly running into people from Champaign. They were all there, the whole school–so few make it out of the state.

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‘Your Fathers, Where Are They?...’ by Dave Eggers – Another Angry Incoherent Young Man

‘Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever?’ By Dave Eggers    (2014) – 212 pages

This new novel by Dave Eggers is about a young man who takes several hostages and chains them to fixtures at a decommissioned deserted army base (Fort Ord?) in California in order to ask them questions that are important to him but certainly not important to me.  422 more words

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