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The thing about online privacy – Part 3

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this post here and here.

In most democracies, we go about living our lives without a care in the world – sharing our personal data, views and opinions, photos and videos, joys and fantasies, locations and moods online (some of it instantly). 293 more words


The thing about online privacy – Part 2

Read Part 1 of this post here.

The strange and scary thing is, our online lives are not private. The moment we log on to the internet, various internet companies and even government agencies are tracking us. 350 more words


Coward's way in: Gender roles in "Private Lives"

Listening to: Clair de Lune – Claude Debussy

This weekend, I had the privilege of being able to see a production of Noel Coward’s comedy  919 more words


The thing about online privacy – Part 1

Over dinner, a friend mentioned that he was recently alerted on Facebook that a Facebook friend of his, Satish, had visited so-and-so porn site. The alert apparently came on his News Feed as any other ordinary Facebook update for suggestions on pages and websites. 295 more words


Memorial Opera House stages Noel Coward's 'Private Lives'


Beginning May 15, and running for three weekends, the Memorial Opera House in Valparaiso will be showing the Noel Coward play, “Private Lives”. 326 more words

Beth Casey Writes

Behind Closed Doors


New Vic Theatre, Wednesday 6th May, 2015


Noel Coward’s comedy is like champagne, with its sparkling, effervescent wit and dry humour, and it’s easy to regard it as a light bit of froth. 454 more words

Theatre Review

Prayer prompt for Tuesday, May 5

Scandal tales take us by surprise because we don’t know people’s private lives. In the same way, we don’t know others’ spiritual struggles.