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Life, Quickly

.PARents divorced.

..Left school early.

…Survived on oddjobs and benefits.

….Died in a hospital bed.


I’m experimenting to see how concise writing can evoke an entire life for whoever you just imagined from those four sentences above.


Kaiser Family Foundation launches new interactive budget data explorer

Today the Kaiser Family Foundation launched a new US Global Health Budget Tracker platform that lets you explore and drill down through the data on USG budget allocations for global health programs, including trend data from across the appropriations process.  140 more words


Last Train

Last train is a project by Ron Arad that I have been involved in over the last couple of years. The piece was commissioned by the diamond company Steinmetz, and inspired by a story from Arad’s youth where, as he attempted to catch the last train out of Naples, he saw a young man scratching an elaborate image onto a train window with a diamond ring. 274 more words


Behind the scenes behind the wall

Finally (and many reading this will know how warranted “finally” actually is), finally, I’ve published my story on the Carmelites.

It’s a story that began… well, I first knocked on the monastery door early last year. 637 more words

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Fantasy Fulfillment

Ideal becomes Real by Eleanor Medier, SSJ publisher

Serious fun is satisfying. The virtual society has some advantages over the real one that show up most when it comes to what residents enjoy. 462 more words

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