(I write books. Lots of books.)
(Other scribblings of note)
(From fascinating to frivolous)
How Coffee Fueled the Civil War
Still true to this day (no matter how you define the verb “soldier”): “Nobody can ‘soldier’ without coffee.”
(The New York Times
An android looks at automation
Google offers “a robot’s view of technology in general and of automation in particular — mindless, witless, joyless; obsessed with productivity, oblivious to life’s everyday rhythms and textures and the pleasures they provide.”
(Fresh additions to the lexicon)
. A person who is excessively preoccupied by their dog's health, or who tends to imagine ailments that the dog does not actually have.
Posted: July 18, 2014
. The attempt to make something that is traditionally masculine more interesting or appealing to women by associating it with stereotypically feminine traits.
Posted: July 17, 2014
. College-bound students who renege on their commitment to a particular school, especially during the time between high school graduation and the start of classes.
Posted: July 16, 2014
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