Links and reads

I’ve been remiss in my attempt to come off as less narcissistic in this blog. As a result, here are precious internet links which are (surprise! surprise!) not feministic / against organized religion / controversial in nature or about me. Mostly. Survival must!  There is now, in fact, a way to drink dirty water without the long…

Awesomeness ongoing

Or in-progress. OLYMPICS. Haven’t watched the opening, but I will. Judging by the tumblr/FB/9gag pictures, it was pretty brilliant. Hello to the Queen, Beatles and Voldemort. KNOWLEDGE. A stray comment in the Facebook group of my block got me reviewing my past geekery. Hello (again) to Sindarin Elvish. Will you welcome me back? Maybe this…

Books: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

(This is a very long post masking as a review.) Title: Brave New World Author: Aldous Huxley Book Summary: “A fantasy of the future which sheds a blazing, critical light on the present –considered to be Aldous Huxley’s most enduring masterpiece.”  

History: Great Speeches of the 20th Century

First, I apologize (well, not really) for inflicting my geekiness onto any unsuspecting reader.  Second, my reference for this post -yes, I have a reference– is “The Penguin Book of Twentieth-Century Speeches”, edited by Brian MacArthur. Third, my almost-excuse is the fact that I wrote all of this down in my journal last March 2012….