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It is always nice to sit back and read a good book, a lot of people even become huge fans or collectors of books! This certainly applies to each and every Sherlock Holmes novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle… So what if you have read all the books and can’t help but long for more? 104 more words


Green, Green, Wonderful Green

“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.”  Pedro Calderon de la Barca

I know Kermit says it’s not easy being green.  276 more words

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What’s In A Name – Shirobako

Shirobako mostly lacks “anime names”. Instead for meaningful names full of foreshadowing, the show opts for a more down-to-earth and realistic take on the issue. Ema does get the kanji for “drawing” in her name, and plenty of the side characters are humorous takes on real-life people, down to their names, but otherwise Shirobako does not try too stand out too much. 691 more words


Goodbye Picasa

I am furious because for all the loyalty I have shown towards Google Picasa, they have done nothing to make Picasa more engaging for its users. 406 more words


not quite a disillusioned lover

I’ve been alone for nineteen consecutive Valentine’s Days yet I still consider myself a romantic.  This time of year seems to try its best to bring out the cynic within me yet somehow this time I’ve clung on to that stubborn optimism that I like to deny exists.   221 more words

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To Kill a Mockingbird’s Parent to be Published

In the 1950s, Harper Lee presented a manuscript to a man she hoped would become her editor. It told the story of Jean Louise “Scout” Finch and her views on racial issues in her hometown in fictional Maycomb, AL. 453 more words

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