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The Walking Dead Saga Ends

February 12, 2020

The Walking Dead: Volume 32 – Rest in Peace I had no idea that this series was coming to an end. The creators didn’t announce the historic last issue and promote the end of an era. They didn’t even try to stretch out the story to [Keep Reading]

See You at the Top

February 7, 2020

See You at the Top by Zig Ziglar I wanted to read this book again because I have fond memories of it. It was a book my dad had when I was young and it was captivating. I’m not sure I ever read the whole thing until now. I know that parts of it [Keep Reading]

Superman – The Unity Saga

February 5, 2020

Superman: Vol. 1 – The Unity Saga: Phantom Earth I read the 1000th issue of Action Comics last year. It’s impressive that Superman has made it that many issues and remains a huge part of popular culture. It’s also interesting to [Keep Reading]

Your Art Needs Your Time

January 30, 2020

“When people are having an affair, they don’t mind losing sleep, or missing meals. They will make whatever sacrifices they have to make, and they will blast through any obstacles, in order to be alone with the object of their devotion [Keep Reading]

Don’t Keep Your Limitations

January 23, 2020

“Argue for your limitations and you get to keep them.” At first glance, that seems to be a ridiculous statement. Why would anyone defend their limitations? Why wouldn’t they strive to get past them and be successful? The truth is, [Keep Reading]

Start Living a More Courageous Life Today

January 16, 2020

There are several types of courage; physical, moral, psychological, and everyday courage. It is important for us “to start living a more courageous life now” in all of those areas because “the more actions we take facing fear, [Keep Reading]

Dart Adams Drops Knowledge in The Book of Dart

January 3, 2020

Dart Adams is one of my favourite hip-hop journalists. Perhaps you’ve read some of his work on Poisonous Paragraphs, Bastard Swordsman, or Bloggerhouse. In the spirit of underground hip-hop. he has been dropping knowledge independently for [Keep Reading]

The Ninth Doctor Still Travels with Rose

December 30, 2019

Doctor Who – Weapons of Past Destruction I read this book a few years back when I found it at the public library and I was really impressed. It reminded me of why I used to love seeing Chris Eccleston in the role of the title character. The [Keep Reading]

Forget Samples, Be Novel

December 27, 2019

An Age Without Samples: Originality and Creativity in the Digital World by Ikutaro Kakehashi Ikutaro Kakehashi is the founder of Roland and he has a unique perspective on music, business, and innovation. He writes . . . “I believe we should [Keep Reading]
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