Category Archives: J.L. Borges

A Little Knowledge…

What happens when you read a book? In Alan Bennett’s book The Uncommon Reader, the Queen of England suddenly develops an interest in reading. Once she starts reading she starts thinking; she has new ideas and new ways of seeing … Continue reading

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Suckling pigs and mermaids

Quite some time ago a co-worker, during a discussion related to how to classify something we were working on, mentioned a classification scheme that included suckling pigs and mermaids. Something this absurd would obviously stick in my head, and it … Continue reading

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