Wake up – get up – chores and responsibility from cradle to grave. As with all polar extremes, you either surf the top or you get crushed under the waves. 853 more words
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As a society we’ve always been fascinated with human history. Even if we’re currently living in the technological revolution, where the birth of the internet has globalized the world we live in, making information universally accessible and connecting us more than ever, we are drawn to learn more about our past to see how far we’ve come. 1,687 more words
What is a polymath, you ask? Well, it originates from the Greek polymathēs, meaning “the learning of many things.” I would compare it to another word of Greek origin, philomath, which is essentially “the love of learning.” In theory, these two words should be very similar, but in reality they are not. 589 more words
Great band, great tune.
For a while now, I’ve had the idea of artificially generating creativity by deliberately colliding bit-streams at high speed. As reported here, my thinking was refined recently by the charitable donation that ideas may not only exist in atomic form but as subatomic (or “half-arsed”) ideas, out looking to hook up with a partner (whether they know it or not!) 404 more words