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This is a sequel to a linguistics-based short story, Cold Words, by Juliette Wade. It is true to the first while widening the focus of the world. I enjoyed it as much Cold Words and hope you will, too: Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth
The waltz was long reviled before it reached acceptance, a process demonstrated in art and quoted poems here. The account is a lovely combination of cultural information and chuckles.
I can’t say I agree with everything this article proposes, but each item is worth consideration. Many of them are a matter of how you parent as opposed to something that must be avoided. As the parent of two exceptional adults, I can wholeheartedly agree with the premise. It’s worth the effort to help your kids grow up able to face reality and make their way in an increasingly complex world.
Releasing your book into the wild is very stressful. This article sets out the things you can control and how not to let fear consume you.
An interesting look at automation from a different angle, both historically and considering the future.