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REVIEWS: So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson

The surge in public outcry, fueled by journalists and social media has bothered me for quite some time. The public outrage and the ability to make your indignation known worldwide via such easy access on the internet which supplies everyone … Continue reading

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REVIEWS: Utopia

I thought “Utopia”, TV’s latest reality show, would be different. No prize, no winner, a time span of a year. But once again, the media knows us better than we will admit about ourselves. Reality shows have the potential of … Continue reading

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REVIEWS: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism

I of course understand that this book is coming from the viewpoint of a likely advocate of capitalism, but then all books are written mostly from an influenced and established point of view and therefore opinionated rather than presented as … Continue reading

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LITERATURE: Wide Sargasso Sea – Finale

The first thing I’d point out is that Miss Rhys is very likely one of the first to present a classic novel that can possibly be considered fanfic. The first time it hit me was with the name of Grace … Continue reading

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LITERATURE: BASS 2007

This article makes me want to go out and buy this latest issue of the series after getting pretty down about the editors and their selections. Stephen King’s description of his search for material to include in BASS 2007 is … Continue reading

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