Before the digital age the reader did not have that much power. Readers as a group did in so far that they could express their like for a particular author by buying their book but the individual reader, they had very little influence. Since the revolution, however, the power of the individual has grown exponentially. … Continue reading Power to the Reader. Power to the Writer.
I visited Barcelona in November 2014 and, as a tourist, I was obliged to take a wander down Las Ramblas. Despite being largely a tourist trap area there is something quite wonderful about the place. As I walked along with everyone else, glancing at the street entertainers and the various stalls that all seem … Continue reading I’ve Walked Les Ramblas but Not With Real Intent
It is a fact that when someone refers to another person as a ‘dinosaur’ then what they are alluding to are qualities synonymous with being slow, obsolete, and even close to extinction. It is rarely meant as a compliment except when used by people who are actually interested in dinosaurs. Guess what? I am interested … Continue reading I Wish That I Was A Dinosaur!