Monthly Archives: March 2011

Re-thinking Technological Progress – Japan’s Tragedy

Yesterday I found myself reviewing in my mind all of the “Doom’s documentaries that have been buzzing on History Channel lately. We are used to worrying about apocalyptic events separately. We worry about Natural Disasters, War, Illness, Famine, and Ecological … Continue reading

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Is Who We’ve Become, Who We Really Are?

Through my adult life I’ve always wondered who I am. Looking back into my childhood, I realized that I was not connecting with the girl within my memories. How did I become someone so different, that I felt no connection … Continue reading

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Party Planning: A safe job? Yeah Right!

How To Crash a Killer Bash by Penny Warner was a hilarious read! I loved how Warner plays with the main character’s own talents and disorders making them the tools that will get her in trouble. I enjoyed the storyline, … Continue reading

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