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A Language Riddled With Holes

Coding was once an analog affair. Long before the language of computers was Python (developed in the 1990s) or even Fortran and Cobol (developed in the 1950s), it was something as simple as holes. 329 more words


Finding Your Voice

Image by Christine Sponchia from Pixabay 

The past.

The past interactions.

The past emotional triggers.

These three silenced their voice.

I had the privilege of talking this out with them. 290 more words

Making A Difference

One-Liner Wednesday — Learning From History

“We learn from history that we do not learn from history.”

German philosopher Georg W. F. Hegel 

Hegel lived from 1770 to 1831. Around 200 years later, American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist, Warren Buffet, said “What we learn from… 119 more words


Living With Synesthesia

Mondays are red. March is orange. Kansas is pink. The letter A is green, 3 is blue, and Hillary Clinton is purple. I know these facts with as much certainty as I know my own name. 552 more words


Reflect On The Past To Move To The Future

As I travel life’s road, I realize, the path I view in the windshield is considerably shorter than the path I glimpse in the rear-view mirror. 586 more words

Best TV Show Ever

I remember
watching this,

The first
time around.

When I
was young,


And my energy
knew no bounds.

I thought I
could be anyone, 20 more words


"Boogiepop Phantom" (2000) Vol. 7: A critical analysis of "Until Ure In My Arms Again"

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the anime “Boogiepop Phantom,” a trippy sci fi-horror mashup that examines memory, aging, the uncanny and other themes. Every week, this blog will analyze one episode of the series at a time, using the episode’s title as an entry point for analysis. 1,129 more words