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A post of firsts | The books edition

“Firsts are best because they are beginnings.”
― Jenny Han

The first step is always the hardest, they say. But it is also the most unforgettable for some. 1,380 more words

Books

Day 3 - A Book You Love

Here is it again the #30DayChallenge that I am currently into these days

I am one heck of a reader. I LOVE reading so much. From books, blogs, forums, all sorts of sources. 266 more words

Thoughts

CAN GOD SURVIVE SCIENCE? 

HUMANITY NO LONGER NEEDS GOD BUT MAY WITH THE HELP OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DEVELOP A NEW FORM OF COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS THAT FULFILS THE ROLE OF RELIGION, U.S. 317 more words

Book Review; Origins by Dan Brown

Book Title:  Origin

Author:  Dan Brown

Genre: Thriller

Setting:  Present day, Bilbao, Spain

Format:  e-book

Pages:  480

Publication date:  October 3, 2017

Publisher:  Doubleday

Review: Excellent. 177 more words

Origin / Dan Brown

A characteristic Dan Brown novel exploring recognisable tension between science, technology, and religion. Engaging, approachable, and impressively informative. 212 more words

Book Summaries

Resistance Is Futile

So here we are again. We have found the next thing that will ultimately run God out of our universe…finally. I came across an article on Yahoo talking about Dan Brown and his latest book. 665 more words

Social Commentary

Are Writers Too Close To Their Stories?

Hi everyone!

Back in March, I wrote an article about software that analyzes a passage and tells you whose writing style it is similar to.  One of the things I was surprised to learn was that my writing style has changed over time.  780 more words

Writing