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Zombies and Philosophy

I am the first to admit that I often think of the strangest things when I’m in the bath. Like how zombism works. We all know that if a zombie bites you, you then become a zombie; it’s a bit like vampirism in that respect, and I suppose the analysis I indulged in this morning will apply equally to that. 336 more words

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Hands on: 360Fly

(Source: www.techgoondu.com)

When I first set eyes on the 360Fly camera, I was intrigued by this small little ball covered with geometric shapes and a huge camera lens right on top. 454 more words

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3 biggest suprises in Tokyo

When I came back from Japan my friend asked me what surprised me there the most?

Gardens along the river

It might sound a little but corny, but I realized I have never taken a water bus in any city i visited. 238 more words

365 fullfilling resolutions

For the first time in my life I joined the very known trend to set resolutions for the new year, except that for me there will be only 1. 464 more words

The road to nowhere in particular

So CES was the year of voice activated devices according to many with human beings talking to inanimate objects in order to complete tasks like switching on the lights and turning on their music systems. 69 more words

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Symmetra To The Defense

A friend inspired this post, when we talked about changes to Symmetra. For those not in the know, this a post about the game, … 552 more words

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Exhibition: Age of Enlightenment: Wood engravings of Hilary Paynter: Riverside Gallery, Devon Guild of Craftsmen. 19th June 2016 

http://www.crafts.org.uk/Events-(1)/Exhibition-Hilary-Paynter-Age-of-Enlightenment.aspx

This exhibition explores the theme age and ageing. Notes attached.

Although the artist’s work is largely illustrative it was useful to look at her wood engravings and also how she has approached the subject. 119 more words

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