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21Mar, 2021

World Poetry Day: A Mother’s Garden

Writing Encounters|

Mother’s garden, secret and circumscribed, grooms the smell of well-trodden moss to cloak the moonscaped sliver of silver beds. Scents of life teem with rotted death and swell.   Immortal in what is left, impervious to the fleeting beat of [...]

13Apr, 2020

Reviewing the World of Sociopaths and Psychopaths

Writing Encounters|

Snakes in Suits grew out of the authors “growing realization that the lack of specific knowledge about what constitutes psychopathic manipulation and deceit among businesspeople was the corporate con’s key to success.” Accordingly, the authors’ premise is “psychopaths do work [...]

6Apr, 2020

Writing Encounters|

3 out of 5 stars This was an interesting read with some clear insight into the problems behind big data that I think most people intuit exists. I especially found his theory that individual "reputation" is controlled and harmed by [...]

16Oct, 2019

Was Columbus a Psychopath?

De-Constructing Worldview|

Why bother addressing the question the day after his day? Or after Indigenous People's Day? Why bother? Why bother understanding the story? Or ourselves for that matter. After all, it’s history. Shouldn’t our history, our stories, remain in the past. It [...]

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