Category Archives: literature

A Mindful Beauty – Math and Poetry

I have nothing to add to this, just want to keep the link.

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Online Literacy Is Lesser Than What? – Bauerline earns an ‘F’

OK this is Mark Bauerline again, this time writing in the with a rehash of the ideas he expounded in ‘The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future’ and particular emphasis on the … Continue reading

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Online, R U Really Reading?

Literacy Debate – Online, R U Really Reading? – Series – But what do they think I just did with that article? I read it online!

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I Google, therefore I Don’t Think

My friend Gerry Pareja sent this article by John Naughton from The Observer, responding (I think very well) to Nicholas Carr’s ‘Is Google Making Us Stupid?‘ in The Atlantic, but I can’t say that its arrival is what distracted me … Continue reading

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On ‘Reading Lolita in Tehran’

The Common Review: Spotlight

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