A word of warning: you know the way I have a tendency to write really, really long posts? Well, this might be the longest one yet. 3,796 more words
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is obsessed with a legendary red book. Its peculiar stories have come to life, and rumors claim that it has rewritten its own endings. 203 more words
“The idea behind Reading The Lines derives from William Butler Yeats’ Easter 1916’. Poets were invited to choose a line from this iconic work which resonated for them, either culturally, politically or historically…..” Eileen Casey, Irish Poet and Writer… 74 more words
Welcome, Jessica Goodwin! I’m delighted to have Jessica join me for news of her book launch!
When Claire Bradshaw decides to end her dead-end relationship of several years, she only has one place to go – back home to the tiny town of Palmetto Park. 241 more words
Our first instinct as technologists or users of technology is to think of ‘connectivity’ as digital connectivity — the internet, our smartphone. But the internet is just the latest in a long line of connectivity that spans centuries, not just decades: transportation, energy, communication. 180 more words