Even as I write this I am caught in the grasp of the Internet. It is taking hold. I cannot resist the urge to read the summaries of all the Transformers Movies because I just remembered those exist. I know I should be writing, but can't that wait just a bit longer? … Continue reading The Browsing Trap: Narrated by a Victim
What are the pips of life? What truly is life? What truly is a grapefruit? Why don't people just have cereal for breakfast? We may never know.
To say my little brother and I have a rocky relationship would be a gross understatement. To him, I am a bossy dictator. To me (The right opinion of course) he is a nettlesome little pest. As he tramps around our house he announces his presence by making a loud, blaring sound, … Continue reading My brother, LEGO Star Wars, and I
Hello everybody, "The Economics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained" is a nonfiction book that explains the big concepts of economics. To call it a textbook would do it a great disservice. While the structure is comparable to a textbook (chronological order with each page explaining a concept) the writing and layout are … Continue reading “The Economics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained” Book Review
Hello everybody, I realized the one-word book review wasn't as great of an idea as I thought it would be. Frankly, just using one word is boring. I will revert to my original book review format but add one-word which I feel sums up the book. Hopefully, this will work much better. Thanks, Arush
A dose of cynicism to refresh the spirit.
Hello, As I reread my previous book reviews, I found myself becoming victim to "filler words." I don't believe I am alone. More students are focusing on the word count of essays rather than the quality. While description may be necessary in some cases, using fancy words and extending sentences as much as possible doesn't … Continue reading About the “One Word Book Review”