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How We Read – by Garry Marsh

How We Read Reading has been with us almost as long as mankind has walked this Earth. From stylized animal images painted on a cave wall, hieroglyphics inside the Great Pyramids, magnificent medieval manuscripts, to texting on our smart phones today. We have always created information for someone else to read. My blog is not […]

Masks – by Steve Karmazenuk

Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth. – Oscar Wilde The oft-quoted remark above is used frequently in reference to the power of the anonymity of the Internet.  At least, its anonymity before every fucking government on Earth started spying […]

Father’s Day – by Samantha Flower

Tomorrow is Father’s Day, it is also my father’s birthday; he would have been 85 years old but he was killed by a bus on November the 26, 2014. This is his first birthday and first father’s day without him here and I have so much I need to say to him about what a […]