Daily Archives: September 1, 2015

Book Review: Dataclysm

Dataclysm: Love, Sex, Race, And Identity–What Our Online Lives Tell Us About Our Offline Selves, by Christian Rudder [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Broadway Press in exchange for an honest review.] In many ways, … Continue reading

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Do You Love Me?

My second favorite song from the band Guster [1] happens to be a tune that is occasionally played on our local Adult Alternative station, called “Do You Love Me?” The prechorus and chorus of this song read as follows [2]: … Continue reading

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No Line On The Horizon

As someone with a relentless need to communicate by spoken and written word, the medium of language in which that language is conveyed has long been of great personal interest to me. In many ways, the language that we use … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Twentieth Maine

The Twentieth Maine: A Volunteer Regiment In The Civil War, by John Pullen When I signed up to be a Civil War reenactor with the volunteer 1st Oregon/20th Maine [1], my first assignment was to acquire and read a copy … Continue reading

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