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Interview with Chris Katsaropoulos on ANTIPHONY by Wayne G. Boulton

The Right Key by Wayne G. Boulton

Interview with Chris Katsaropoulos, author of Antiphony

View the youtube video of the interview here.

“He knows.”

So ends Chris Katsaropoulos’s compelling second novel about the precipitous fall of Theodore Reveil – an eminent scientist whose lifelong pursuit of knowing and knowledge was tracking nicely with the Great Commandment (“You shall love the Lord your God…” Jesus said, “with all your mind”) before breaking out into the open in unprotected fashion and at exactly the wrong time.  774 more words

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The theory of everything...comms related

(Authentic Engagement + Business Intelligence)*Innovation = Mastery in Dynamic Markets®

There it is, my very own theory of everything.

It’s (seemingly) less complicated than that of Stephen Hakwing’s but it’s relevant for operating in today’s dynamic markets as a comms specialist, change management specialist, internal comms specialist, digital marketing guru, social media strategist…and all the rest of the weird and wonderful roles that make up the people who build bridges between markets. 236 more words


Tom Campbell's Big T.O.E.

I have went through many phases in my life asking the burning questions about the nature of reality. I have always been asking myself “why are we here,” “what is our purpose”, “what happens after we die”, etc. 1,107 more words

Podcast Network Guide: Radiotopia Part One

Welcome to RPR’s network guide for Roman Mars’ Radiotopia podcast network! Like the Earwolf guide this will be split up over three days. Unlike the Earwolf guide, however, this guide will arranged alphabetically since these shows are (mostly) story-telling. 852 more words


Film Review: The Theory of Everything (2014)

The Theory of Everything Film Review 

Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Harry Lloyd, David Thewlis, Charlie Cox

Director:  James Marsh

Synopsis: A look at the famous physicist Stephen Hawking, chartering his university years, his diagnosis, and how his illness begins to have a serious effect on his family and work… 697 more words

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11 Dimensions Won't Keep You Warm At Night: A guide to living in existential uncertainty

Hello universe! This blog post is intended for theists and non theists alike, but ultimately for people who have learned enough to realize they don’t have one sure idea about anything! 836 more words


The Spectre of Time

Time is of essence. Time is singularly precious.

It is the exquisite element yet to find its rightful place in the priorities of men. A scathing weapon in hands of those discerning to strike in the narrow window of opportunity. 248 more words

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