Monthly Archives: May 2015

Clean reading- What the fudge is that?

Lately, a lot a writers have been buzzing about the “Clean Reading” app. What this app does is take an ebook or other digital piece and filter out objectionable “dirty” words and substitute a cleaner version of the word on … Continue reading

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Going Green (but mostly just going)

The Royal Dockyard in Bermuda is the former Royal Navy base and is now a cruise ship port and home of the National Museum. The museum is housed in a series of former Navy buildings set among green grassy areas … Continue reading

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What were they thinking? Part 2- The VCR high priests

I have written before of businesses that institute policies that drive customers away, such as the grocery store with no prices on the items and the retail store that had so few clerks manning the checkout stations that the long … Continue reading

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The writing “process”; examining the holy relics

There is probably no human endeavor that bestows a higher level of prestige for a lower level of actual accomplishment than writing. Even people who have never read anything beyond their grocery list or the TV listings are often in … Continue reading

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Decisions

When you come right down to it, life is about decisions. We are constantly deciding on a course of action, and dealing with the results. Many decisions are simple; what socks do I wear today? When do we have dinner? … Continue reading

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