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9 Times Facebook Was Analogised and Totally Nailed It

Whatever would have happened to social networking without Facebook? It’s hard to imagine, isn’t it?  It’s an entity we bare our life to almost every single day.   131 more words


When Twitter sums up how students feel

I had so much fun putting together this article this morning. A classic case of procrastination and avoiding revision, but time very well spent. 

Last week, Bristol University announced they were… 328 more words


More Hay!

Democracy – it is absurd:
The farmer chosen by the herd.


May 4th: Interviewing Sonny Liew

Dear friends,

on May 4th at 630pm I’ll be interviewing Sonny Liew in Raffles Place, Singapore.

Sonny’s graphic novel, “The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye”, was arguably Singapore’s most important book in 2015.  84 more words


Satan's Unprecedented Book Drama

Today at dinner, Sasha asked his mother if she had returned a borrowed book to our host. I spontaneously remembered a dramatic and wonderful book plate I found in some old novel in an antique book store our first time in Boulder, CO. 203 more words

Celebrating 300 Issues of Epigram

This week, to celebrate Epigram’s 300th issue, we put together a celebratory supplement. We contacted old Editors to write pieces about their experiences on the publication, and I also wrote my own. 924 more words



It seems those freedoms fought for, they are coming but to naught;
I’m so old I remember people saying what they thought.