Monthly Archives: March 2012

T S Eliot the Wasteland

I’ve just listened to a first-rate reading of Eliot’s Wasteland which was broadcast, on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday 29 March. for the dramatisation (which is availible for six days, on the BBC’s I-Player visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01dvzg7). For a permanent text … Continue reading

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Internet Addiction a brief research study

On 25 March I wrote regarding my intention not to use the internet, in a personal capacity, from 26 March-31 March, (see http://kevin-morris.co.uk/2012/03/25/internet-adiction-myth-or-reality/). I explained that I would not access the web using my personal computers, my mobile, my I-Pad … Continue reading

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not a teenage yob

On Thursday morning I took my guide dog, Trigger to the vets for his booster. On reaching the bus stop and enquiring for my bus I was told by a young teenage girl that my bus had, in fact arrived. … Continue reading

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Margaritae Sorori by William Henley Davis

On Thursday I had that rare treat, a day off work during the week. The weather this week has, in London at least been glorious and I took the opportunity to enjoy the afternoon sun, sit out, in the garden … Continue reading

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Internet adiction Myth or Reality?

I know that internet addiction is a falacy, my research prooves this to be the case. I began my extensive online researches at 1 pm yesterday (Saturday 25 March) and took a break, to write this blog at 9 am … Continue reading

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Have I not reason to lament what man has made of man

As I walked with my guide dog, Trigger through the park a thousand thoughts chased one another round my head. Suddenly I paused and became aware of the beauty of the birdsong filling my ears and of the warm spring … Continue reading

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Savage Continent by Keith Lowe

Today’s Daily Mail contains an interesting article regarding a new book by the historian, Keith Lowe entitled “Savage Continent”. Lowe deals with the aftermath of World War II. His work covers the expulsion of Germans from Ukraine and other countries … Continue reading

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