Monthly Archives: December 2014

Quote of the Day

“To be good, and to do good, is all we have to do.” John Adams Advertisements

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Facepalm 2.0

So, thanks to a lengthy stopover in the Ottowa airport en route to Washington D.C., and a little bit of help from Mr. Google, I managed to figure out the (on reflection, very simple) procedure for copying and pasting from … Continue reading

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Why Game of Thrones is better than A Song of Ice and Fire.

Cue internet outrage… Now! In all seriousness, I understand why this could be a controversial subject. It’s rare for adaptions to be credited with equal significance, much less to be lauded above, their source material. There are, of course, exceptions. … Continue reading

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Drats!

On the plane from Vancouver to Toronto, I wrote an epic post that is sure to excite and delight (and possibly enrage). Unfortunately, after landing I realised my mistake – I had written it in Memos on my Samsung Galaxy … Continue reading

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Leaving on a Jet Plane…

It has been three years since I was last overseas. Then, I was returning from living abroad (in the UK), and I had just been to Egypt, Ireland, Spain, Turkey and Morocco. Now, I’m about to embark on a flight … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“The best books, he perceived, are those that tell you what you already know.” George Orwell.

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