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My aversion to writing continues and is starting to become quite an impediment. On top of the background murmur of “I really should check my email/Facebook/Twitter and I really should be blogging consistently again. 776 more words

The rapid arrival of euthanasia

Keith Hudson

Medical technology, first developed in the 19th century and widely applied, often with the best of intentions but often also with obscure agendas — such as due to colonisation and missionary work — has been the inadvertent cause . 686 more words

Internet use and RescueTime: The beginning

So many moons ago, prior to random illness, lack of sleep and an excessive heat wave* sidelining me for a bit, I proposed to reduce the amount of time I spent on the internet… 583 more words

Internet Use

The Little Train That Could

Some days I feel like the little train trying to get up the mountain, chugging away “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can… 122 more words

Minimalism

Rabies: Biting the Hand that Feeds You

July: Wildlife

Aliases: none that I could find.

In a famous scene in To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch shoots a rabid dog. For many Americans, these pages will be their only exposure to the disease. 890 more words

July

Today's Purge

is approx. 4 notebooks worth of info from when I was a day trader, back before people did that. I traded computer stocks, mostly, before the computer dot-com boom/bust. 326 more words

Making Home

Go for the goal

The key to success is consistency, doing what needs to be done even when you don’t feel like it. Decluttering is not an easy process but if you do a little bit consistently then you will end up where you want to be. 215 more words

Minimalism