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Another sucker punch for English or just a glimpse of the future?

During an unscheduled procrastination break I read an article claiming that technology, specifically the spell-check feature, is lulling us into a false sense of wordsmanship (http://bbc.in/KHrm4c). I, and others, have previously commented on the decision by at least one country … Continue reading

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Paying for electrons and the content / service they represent

We’ve all heard the stories of $1 apps for smartphones or tables selling millions of copies. I am fascinated by this phenomina when most of the apps are available in a similar form for free. OK, there are some adds … Continue reading

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Progressing paper – perhaps parsimoniously present

I love technology. I also like books. I would consider myself “old-fashioned”. You see, I marvell at coloured ink, iPads, Kindles, and the like. I also like the feel of a book. I like the possible readership of the internet … Continue reading

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Productinate

We humans are interesting creatures. Such a flippant remark, I realise, is all-encompassing when really I am only thinking of myself. However, experience of others plays a role in such a comment. As does the need to believe that I … Continue reading

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