Monthly Archives: September 2008

Knowledge makes the brain grow better

I’m lucky to live with people who not only have good brains and use them well, but are also tolerant enough to both provide me with thoughts I wouldn’t otherwise have and to listen to the mad ideas that pop … Continue reading

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Anathem

Just started Neal Stephenson’s latest doorstop epic novel Anathem. Not a light-weight read, in any sense – but after the first seventy-or-so pages, one does settle into the universe he creates. By page 300, I’m completely enthralled. Only six hundred … Continue reading

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Colours of Chaos

I made my way down to London at the weekend for the Colours of Chaos one-day event – a series of talks on chaos magic followed by an evening of ritual. I had a splendid time. Met some old friends … Continue reading

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So Say We All

I don’t post much on US party politics – I don’t trust any of the fuckers – but this says everything so perfectly… If you like this, please share it: Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share … Continue reading

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