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Michael GoreyMichael Gorey

Random thoughts and observations by former regional newspaper editor Michae...

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
G-A-Y In The Subject FieldG-A-Y In The Subject Field

UK and international poet Roger N Taber focuses on his gay-interest poems a...

 
Life's Pen at WorkLife's Pen at Work

This is an excellent educational blog for self enhancement and relationship...

 
Ideas and ReviewsIdeas and Reviews

My blog is my venue for expression of anything I encounter from day to day ...

 
CitiBitchCitiBitch

A blog in the life of a 30s "British Muslim" female, living and w...

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 


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We are seeing an increased use of surveillance at every level of our lives (on the street, at work, online, on our phones, etc.), and we see increased use of automation (simple, algorithmic and AI) to sort through all our activities. It’s a wor...

All good things must come to an end. Whether societies are ruled by ruthless dictators or more well-meaning representatives, they fall apart in time, with different degrees of severity. In a new paper, anthropologists examined a broad, global sample...

When it comes to suburbia, nothing goes according to plan. "The Sprawl," a new book from Jason Diamond, examines why.

The rhythm of life in a temperate climate with four seasons is, understandably, cyclic. Spring is when nature thaws and outside work begins. Summer is when the work goes on in earnest, with a view of the cold seasons to come. Building work, for examp...

The rhythm of life in a temperate climate with four seasons is, understandably, cyclic. Spring is when nature thaws and outside work begins. Summer is when the work goes on in earnest, with a view of the cold seasons to come. Building work, for examp...

Today's modern cities, from Denver to Dubai, could learn a thing or two from the ancient Pueblo communities that once stretched across the southwestern United States. For starters, the more people live together, the better the living standards. Ance...

From 1347 to 1351, Europe was in the grip of a pandemic, later known as the "Black Death," that killed millions, leaving doctors struggling to understand its origins and cities struggling to bury the dead and isolate the sick. Inspired by the Black...