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1984 - Intro

3 Aug 2021 1 minute read 4 comments PiiJr36

This written world was created in 1948 – 73 years ago. There was once a time when this book was recommended to the younger generations as a thought experiment, a reminder to remain vigilant against the evils of tyranny. As time progressed, that lesso...

The Dragon in the Sea

2 Aug 2021 4 minute read 1 comment The Archivist

(The Library: Book Review) When I decided to read what I felt was an important piece of science-fiction, I decided to look at some of the other works that the author had written. This is what led me to explore the Herbert section at the book store. A...

Book Review of "The Book of Flying" by Keith Miller.

29 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Namsu

  I am doing an experiment with my writing and converting it to video files and from now on, I'll start posting the videos here also, this is my first solo post of these kinds of videos.   Click the picture to watch the video review.     Buy this bo...

LOTF

28 Jul 2021 4 minute read 0 comments The Archivist

(The Library: Book Review) Lord Of The Flies - War it seems, is as much a part of humanity as imagination is. We have already observed this concept here on this blog. Nineteen Eighty Four reminded us of the dangers posed by a permanent war effort. S...

LOTR

28 Jul 2021 9 minute read 11 comments The Archivist

(The Library: Book Series Review) Lord Of The Rings - The Eternal conflict, raging from one era to another. Transcending the lives of men, dwarves and even the long lives of elves. That eternal conflict between the forces of good and evil is examine...

Fahrenheit 451

25 Jul 2021 6 minute read 7 comments The Archivist

(The Library: Book Review) That temperature, in the title, is the temperature at which book paper catches fire. I was recently reminded of that temperature when building a crypto-miner. I put the motherboard straight on a piece of cardboard and wonde...

Psychohistory's Foundations

23 Jul 2021 8 minute read 1 comment The Archivist

(The Library: Book Series Review) We all learn that to build something solid, it is better to build on solid ground. We call the initial laying of cement on this solid ground, this bedrock, the foundations of an edifice. But when it comes to designin...

THE CAPETOWN SERIES, VOLUME 1: “A CITY NAMED SEVEN”

19 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Max Wong

Caspero Adonis is an amazing writer who offers premium online writing service. He is a remedy for any writer's block!  Recently he wrote a new sci-fi book together with dusten gilchrist called "The Capetown Series". It is really a good read and the e...

Creatures of Habit

18 Jul 2021 2 minute read 0 comments PiiJr36

Habits hold the power to control your Life's trajectory once you learn how to wield them and apply them to your routines. Many of us are on autopilot at least a few times a day and get sucked into the old 'bad habits' cycles. This is why New Year's...

1984 is Now

18 Jul 2021 8 minute read 10 comments The Archivist

(The Library: Book Review) The dangers posed by an oppressive society of thought control, speech control and permanent war are all too familiar today. What is frightening is that we are getting closer to that society. I am speaking for the entire wor...