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BAG MEN Vol. 1 Giveaway Part 2

Continuing directly from part 1 (here). Also, if you’d like a copy of the whole story for your preferred eReader device (Kindle, Nook, etc.) or a PDF version, just email me at… 4,238 more words

CIVILIZATION ON A TIME-WAVE

A few days ago I was browsing my archives,  looking for something,  when I came across an old posting in my “WHAT’S IT?”  series.   (Soon as I learn how to add “pages”  to the Spruce Tunnel I’ll set up a whole page for all the “WHAT’S IT”s  –  they’re fun!  851 more words

2016 Issues

Summer reading 2016: Obsessed with the future

There is a common thread in all the books I’ve read in the first stretch of this summer: the future. I know that the past offers rich rewards – history, biography and historical fiction produce many of the pleasures of reading. 944 more words

Writing

History #4: End of the Bronze Age

The end of the Bronze Age is a sudden, violent, disruptive, and largely unknown event in world history. Between 1200 and 1150 BCE, almost every major city in the eastern Mediterranean was destroyed, many of which would not be occupied for another thousand years. 940 more words

History

The end of the evolution is digital

That’s exactly the way I feel about the digital revolution being the end of humankind and then some :)

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Life

DOUBLE REVIEW! SO MUCH SCIENCE!

Death from The Skies by Philip Plait
Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond

I normally don’t review two books at once. There are reasons not to do it now: these two books have more in contrast than they do in common, and my reading of both was quite different: Death From the Skies I read over the course of a couple of months, a little here and a little there; Guns, Germs and Steel I tried to read straight through, and failed to complete — at least partly because that is not, for me, the best way to read popular science. 1,439 more words

Book Review

New Year Wisdom

New Year Wisdom

After going to a New Years party for a few hours, I came home to welcome in the New Year online with okcforgottenman. 891 more words

Judy Dykstra-brown Essay