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Wikipedia Wednesday – John Cage’s 4’33”, Bloc’s and Gargantua & Pantagruel

A slightly delayed Wikipedia Wednesday this week, but I've been playing catch-up, because of business and illness, so I have half an excuse. A nice cross of music, with John Cage's 4'33" composition, a look at the word Bloc, and ...Read More

Wikipedia Wednesday – Lenny Mclean, Pax Britannica, Tall Poppy Syndrome

A slightly less bulky Wikipedia Wednesday this week, and I'll explain why, the time that I normally would have been following lots of links and reading about new things, I actually spent watching footage of brutal unlicensed boxing. Which brings ...Read More

Wikipedia Wednesday: Existentialism, Edward de Bono and May you live in interesting times

So, been a busy little bee on the Wikipedia front this week, reading and learning about plenty a new thing. I've got so many interesting pages saved that I'm going to do a top three, Existentialism, the Chinese proverb 'May ...Read More

Wikipedia Wednesday – The Yucatán Peninsula, John J. Pershing & The Idiot

Another reasonably slow week when it comes to wikipedia exploring, but three particular pages I'd like to draw your attention to this time around, including one of the most interesting natural places on the planet, America's greatest General who supposedly slaughtered Muslims with ...Read More

Wikipedia Wednesday – Tao, Relativistic Kill Vehicles and The World’s a Stage

Back to wikipedia wednesday. Been a bit of a slow week wikipedia-wise, generally been too busy to get stuck into a real long chain of awesome pages, but there's a couple of things I've found I'd like to share. Tao - ...Read More