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Guarded

“The strongest guard is placed at the gateway to nothing. Maybe because the condition of emptiness is too shameful to be divulged.”

FSF – Tender is the Night

Musings

Some New Books - January 2016

I haven’t bought any new SF books in ages now, but, with Christmas behind me and a few quid spare in my pocket, I took the notion over the past couple of weeks to trawl Ebay.co.uk for some books. 803 more words

Astounding

Nana’s 13 Tips for Living a Happy Life

I am a grandmother. Two little girls, aged six years and 20 months respectively, have become the center of my little universe. I live with them, so I get to watch as each goes through the process of becoming who she is meant to be. 2,359 more words

K.D. Keenan

The Unwanted World

“Don’t let go of my hand and don’t open your eyes until it’s peaceful”, her elder sister desperately cried out mustering all her strength amid the deafening sound of bombs and cries. 161 more words

Fiction

FSF RYF hardware cert program update

For a while now, the Free Software Foundation has had it’s RYF (Respects Your Freedom) hardware certification program. Companies send samples of their product to the FSF for testing. 329 more words

Driving Cultural Change to Improve CX Performance

The Financial Services Forum recognise the growing importance of customer experience for financial services companies. So we were delighted to speak earlier in the year on the topic of branded customer experience. 210 more words

Lexden

Day 29: The downfall

A story in five sentences.

Her neighbors found the old woman lying unconscious beside the pond where she had gone to wash clothes as was usual, and rushed her to the nearest hospital. 98 more words

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