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Welcome Home, Boosie

I know there’s a discussion on another post between Fatman and Wo where they discuss my recent struggles, percentages, daily maxes & etc. I decided that I would keep on doing what I am doing and just try harder. 488 more words

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What I read: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I feel like just as fast as I put this up, I’m taking it back down. This was the perfect transition read for me – quick, light, witty and yet still thought provoking at times. 213 more words

Book Reviews

What I'm Reading: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

From Goodreads:

Seconds before the Earth is demolished to make way for a galactic freeway, Arthur Dent is plucked off the planet by his friend Ford Prefect, a researcher for the revised edition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy who, for the last fifteen years, has been posing as an out-of-work actor. 102 more words

Book Reviews

Entirely Unlike Tea - Hormones: The Completely Abridged Column

Hormones. They do a lot of stuff. Lucky for you, we’re not going to talk about most of it.

As your responsible and dearly loved communis– err sorry, columnists, we see it as our duty to inform you about all the most interesting aspects of everything you never wanted to know about. 430 more words


Wednesday Quote: Douglas Adams

Homeward bound from California. Camped out at LAX International Airport–flight has been delayed by two hours, but luckily, I’ve got a copy of The Ultimate Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy to keep me company! 77 more words

Wednesday Wisdom

Hello Mr. Puppet. Hello Miss Marionette.

Almost all children are fascinated by puppeteers in fairs. It requires skill and a lot of practice to be able to manipulate the strings in the correct way, so that, the puppets dance to the tune of the puppeteer. 1,056 more words

Do E-Readers Threaten Learning in the Humanities? - In One Word - NO

Naomi S. Baron in a post at the Chronicle of Higher Education argues that e-reading is the single greatest threat to the humanities.  Well, maybe not the biggest threat, but enough of a menace for Baron to publish a soon to be released book from Oxford University Press extolling the dangers posed by e-readers entitled  582 more words

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