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Defenestration 

It’s always hard when you realize you’ll never be as important to someone as someone else is.

You confirmed what I think I already knew. … 46 more words

Non-Fiction

Reading Preview 3/23/17

Hey guys! I’ll be finishing The Inkblots over the next couple of days. You can look for that review this weekend. In the meantime, I wanted to share what’s coming up. 227 more words

Reading

Piano Keys 

The piano keys are alive with a melody that thrives in the middle of the night

Left the window open to let in an icy breeze, the hallmarks of springs’ summer toned deceit… 315 more words

Poetry

Animal Farm by George Orwell

Continuing my series on ‘books I should have read in school, but didn’t,’ I tackled Animal Farm, a short story that is not just a political metaphor, but also a fable about what can happen to even good-intentioned revolutionaries as, after a successful rebellion, they slide slowly but inexorably back towards everything that they fought against in the first place. 708 more words

Book Review

Star Trails

Not sure what this one will be about exactly. I seem to be having a reawakening of  my interest in astronomy and astrophotography. Perhaps is it is new Pentax camera body…so meandering in astronomy. 10 more words

Natural History

RESTful Web Services by Sam Ruby and Leonard Richardson

RESTful Web Services by Leonard Richardson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book gives a very good introduction to the concepts underlying the RESTful way to design Web Services and explains in details the benefits of a Resource Oriented Architecture. 112 more words

English

Broken Lines.

Hello friends, in my last post I promised to write about my absence and why I stopped blogging for a while. This is one of the reasons: 200 more words

Non Fiction