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The Author's Curse

Inconsistency has been the name of the game. Sometimes, I was able to write my minimum word count of 500 while other days I got nothing done. 308 more words

Editing

Who does IBM Watson say that I am?

Recently I came across IBM Watson Personality Insights. This purports the following:

Personality Insights extracts personality characteristics based on how a person writes. You can use the service to match individuals to other individuals, opportunities, and products, or tailor their experience with personalized messaging and recommendations.

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Wry Scepticism

As Usual, It's Been a While...

As you guys know, I’m pretty much the most inconsistent blogger ever. I even annoy myself with my own inconsistency. Instead of constantly pimping Frost and Frost-related products to you on a constant basis, I decided to give the self-promotion a rest. 215 more words

Daily Writing

Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare

“It is true that the threat of war can still be used, but only by a lunatic. Unfortunately, some people are lunatics, and, not long ago, there were such lunatics in command of a powerful State. 260 more words

Blog

The truth about inconsistency and being inconsistent

Every day is a beautiful day when you realize you get to contemplate, appreciate and live life; and it is also filled with thought provoking moments that come from interacting with people, situations, and thoughts; ultimately, with life and the external.   709 more words

Inspiring Human Potential

London Calling?

I am, without doubt, the queen of going back on my word.

Aged 12, I informed my then best friend that Latin was a stupid dead language and that she was an idiot for studying it. 418 more words

Graduate

Appeal to hypocrisy

Appeal to hypocrisy (also known as Tu quoque, Latin for, ‘you also’) is an informal logical fallacy that tries to discredit the validity of the opponent’s argument by asserting the opponent’s failure to act consistently in accordance with its conclusion(s). 167 more words

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