Daily Archives: July 3, 2011

Book Review: Aung San Of Burma

Aung San of Burma, by Aung San Sun Kyi Well, at least you can say that this book is honest. Aung San Suu Kyi, the famed Novel Prize-winning heroine of Democracy in Burma, wrote this short biography about her father … Continue reading

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The Power Of The Myth Of The Hidden Prince

There is one common thread that runs through many of the fictional books I most passionately love, and that is that they are the same kind of myth: the myth of the hidden prince (or princess). Today I would like … Continue reading

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Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Travel Electric Plug Converter

One of the handiest inventions in our modern world are the little plug attachments that allow machines built for the 110v electricity found in the United States to be used in foreign countries where 220-240v electricity is used, without damage. … Continue reading

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