Forerunner

20 Feb 19
Notmanynoble's Blog

In a letter to comrade Ferdinand Lassalle, on January 16, 1861, Marx wrote – “Darwin’s book is very important and serves me as a basis in natural science for the class struggle in history.” Two Choices; (1) a government that is limited by the acknowledgement of a higher power, Or (2) a government which is […]

20 Feb 19
Natalie J Case

When you ride the same train every day, stand in the same spot to wait for it, you tend to get to know the people who also ride the same train every day and stand in the same line to wait for it.  You also get to know the peculiarities of that station’s particular etiquette. […]

20 Feb 19
My Saved Searches

( Caption and Video Credits: “The Itchyworms” on YouTube. ) Di Na Muli was written in 2016 by long-time friends Jazz Nicolas and Wally Acolola. They entered the song into the 5th Philippine Popular (PhilPop) Music Festival, performed by The Itchyworms, where it won the grand prize. Now, in 2018, the song has been given […]

20 Feb 19
Stephen Morgan

Stephen Morgan MP, Member of Parliament for Portsmouth South, found out more about Wightlink’s £45million investment in its Portsmouth to Fishbourne route, including port improvements and a new hybrid energy ship, on a visit to its terminal in Gunwharf Road. He was met by Chief Executive Keith Greenfield and toured the port: “We were delighted […]

20 Feb 19
The Spirit and the Bride say COME! Come Lord Jesus

Whither the forerunner is for us entered, even Jesus, made an high priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec. Hebrews 6:20 KJV Jesus has gone before us. It has a literal and spiritual significance. Beyond being the sacrifice Jesus is the High Priest. He has entered the Presence of the Father,within the Holy and […]

20 Feb 19
japaneseculturereflectionsblog

I wonder if teenagers who are assigned to read Ralph Ellison’s (1952) Invisible Man or who pick it up on their own (as I did when I was a teenager) have the experience necessary to “get it.” There is the exhilarating language, which I know I appreciated when I first read the book long ago, […]

20 Feb 19
Home of Thinking

Meningkatkan Martabat Manusia  Khalil Gibran (1883-1931) adalah penulis, filsuf dan penyair mistik Lebanon. Dia juga melukis mengikuti gaya alegori mendekati gaya William Blak. Dipengaruhi Nietzsche, Gibran coba memanfaatkan paduan antara hasrat berkuasa manusia, ajaran Kristus,  dan para filsuf Timur, untuk meningkatkan martabat manusia. Dalam karya-karyanya, ditulis dalam bahasa Arab dan Inggris, dia menyatakan diri sebagai […]

20 Feb 19
The Below Average Blog

For this particular post, I thought I’d give a shout-out to the expanded Halo lore that has sprung up in the bountiful form of books. Halo is my all-time favorite video game, and part of the reason it has branded itself onto the chamber walls of my heart is because of those books. I won’t […]

20 Feb 19
Kim Upton

“There will come a time when it isn’t ‘They’re spying on me through my phone’ anymore. Eventually, it will be ‘My phone is spying on me’.” ― Philip K. Dick This morning I woke up and my technology had changed. From my phone to my antique laptop, nothing was the same. Clearly this is the […]

20 Feb 19
Social News XYZ

Mumbai, Feb 20 (IANS) ABB Chief Executive Officer Ulrich Spiesshofer met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here on Wednesday to discuss how a partnership could be created to deploy Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digitalisation technologies for the state. They also discussed issues of robotics, e-mobility and to take skills development to the next level using […]

20 Feb 19
Paul's Animatograph Works

Under the quaint heading ‘The Theatrograph’, I found that there were to be exhibited that day two sets of living, or at least moving pictures, one at the Polytechnic in the afternoon and the other at a conversazione in the evening. The chance of comparing these two inventions was not a think to be missed, […]

20 Feb 19
Automotive World

Bridgestone is a long-time original equipment manufacturer for Volkswagen production vehicles

20 Feb 19
DIVA MAGAZINE

London’s favourite queer comedy collective are here to share their thoughts and reflections on all things prom. BY BRODIE CRELLIN To the delight of some and the revulsion of others “Prom Night” has gradually seeped into British culture. Despite its many (many) shortcomings, we’ve collectively appropriated the American tradition, embellishing it with a few characteristically […]

20 Feb 19
Building Jerusalem

Once again it is hard times in the Labour Party. In scenes reminiscent of the early 80s, when the Gang of Four broke away to launch the Council for Social Democracy (the forerunner to the SDP), seven Labour MPs resigned and have decided to sit as a new independent group in parliament. Chuka Umunna, one […]

20 Feb 19
Epistle of Dude

A good post primarily on Chinese-Americans and religion. Quite informative. Most of this rings true to my own experience too. Just my thoughts and opinions on this particular paragraph: The “rise of the nones” is an emergent phenomenon garnering much attention in the United States, but non-religiosity is a historically an old phenomenon. Indeed, for […]