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17 Dec 18
The Overspill: when there's more that I want to say

Would you, could you, should you replace the spring in a pogo stick with repelling magnets? CC-licensed photo by mac morrison on Flickr. It’s charity time: ahead of Christmas, I’m encouraging readers to make a donation to charity; a different one each day. Today’s is the Royal National Institute for the Blind, which aims to […]

17 Dec 18
The Lit Crit Project

Archetypes! The universal patterns collectively and unconsciously shared by all humans. Archetypes appear in many forms be it in mythology, dreams or folklore. It exists in every form of literature including films! So, let us look at the film Ready Player One through the lens of archetypal criticism! Ready Player One! Ready Player One is […]

17 Dec 18
thoughts of sheryl

I finally got the time to sit and face my dear laptop after an edifying 10-day trip to my mother country, the Philippines, hence my absence in the blogging world. All is well and I’m back with a review that’s long overdue. By the way, I hope your weekend was relaxing and the transition into Monday […]

17 Dec 18
Veridium-Bye

Characters: Olivia, Cassandra Category: Fluff Summary:Olivia is brought back to the Seeker’s quarters having enjoyed a little bit too much to drink. Adorable clumsiness ensues. Who knew a Mage as formidable and straight-laced as Olivia would prove the most delightful lightweight?  — “No! Really, I am just fi—I’m fine!” A giggly Olivia reassured her friend […]

17 Dec 18
Unkie Mumu’s Imaginarium

Thomas Brewster Facial recognition is cropping up everywhere. From shopping malls to the workplace, it’s likely something is scanning your face every day. But rather than invade your privacy, facial recognition on smartphones is supposed to protect your digital life from snoops. If you’re an Android customer, though, look away from your screen now. We […]

17 Dec 18
Creativity starts here.

Welcome back blog readers, I had hoped that with the purchase of the internet package onboard the Norwegian Epic that I might have been able to post more frequently. That simply was not the case at all. The connection was spotty at best and the only place we received a signal in our stateroom was […]

17 Dec 18
vanlife

5.12.18 It was time to make tracks for Esperance. As a thank you for the free rest area, and pristine flushable toilets, we paid a visit to The Bread and Butter Bar in search of a nice loaf of sourdough. The owner reported she had stopped making it so, we just grabbed a coffee instead. […]

17 Dec 18
FilmCritters

James Cameron has proven himself a master storyteller and an exceptional visionary from movies like ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar.’ He reminds us of that once again with next year’s adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s manga, ‘Battle Angel Alita’ with Robert Rodriguez as the director. Adapted for the big screen as ‘Alita: Battle Angel,’ the sci-fi adventure chronicles […]

17 Dec 18
Ryan James Horner

There are few things I love more in this world than storytelling; in fact, I can’t remember a time in my life where I wasn’t obsessed with it. Even as a child, every night before bed, I would listen to something, anything, as long as it was fictional to put me to sleep. Some audiobooks […]

17 Dec 18
TVLine

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.   Both Brianna and Roger make the leap through time in this week’s Outlander