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Free writing – Lights Out

Originally posted on E. De Sousa:
When the light goes out – not the light in the bathroom or the upstairs closet – no, the light in your eyes; that dim orb of humanity, the apex of my focus, my…

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Review: The Boy with No Shoes

The Boy with No Shoes by William Horwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Brilliantly narrated Reading my way through this book was like walking through a hall of mirrors at a fairground. Every turn revealed a new reflection of … Continue reading

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Could you love a robot?

Intimate artificial intelligence Re-blogged from the fascinating BBC iWonder series. To view the original, click here. The robots are coming. In fact, they are already here, taking roles that once only humans could perform. Though we are still a far … Continue reading

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Stories behind the Tears

This week, I come to Silver Threading’s Writer’s Quote Wednesday with a few tears in my eyes. That won’t surprise anyone who knows me well. I am a very emotional man. It doesn’t take very much to make me cry. In the … Continue reading

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