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Judging a book by its cover

One of the sad by-products of our shift to reading novels on Kindle is the relegation of the cover art to an almost incidental aspect of the book. 264 more words

#TBT: Chip [name redacted] and Joseph Heller's 'Catch-22'

Several years ago now, when I was still on the right side of thirty years old, I worked with Chip.

He called me to his office one day to discuss an issue he was having with some software my team supported, but when I arrived he wanted to talk grievance. 1,147 more words

15 carti clasice pe care mi-am propus sa le citesc

De carti contemporane pe care vreau sa le citesc am discutat, la fel si de cele pe care vreau sa le recitesc. Insa nu de multe ori am discutat despre cartile clasice pe care le am in lista de carti de citit. 805 more words


You want a list of my favorite books? What's the catch?

I realize that I haven’t posted in a while. What can I say? College has been so crazy lately, that I really hadn’t the time. 1,358 more words

Caption This! no.1

I saw this today while cruising Eastern Baltimore.

Many thoughts came to mind when I saw it.

However, I thought it would be fun to see what comes to your mind when seeing it. 39 more words


La lógica ilógica de Catch-22

“He was going to live forever, or die in the attempt.”

“Catch-22” de Joseph Heller es una novela satírica situada en la isla ficticia Pianosa cerca de Italia durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. 534 more words