Suggestion Saturday: April 2, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, poems, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.

Fantastic. I love this way of looking at the world.

My Sweet Lady in Pink via jdubqca. The imagery in this is so crisp and clear. It felt like I was watching a short film instead of reading words on a page. Nicely done.

It Starts with a Bandaid via eralbertson. What a smart way to live. Incidentally, I do carry a spare bandaid with me at all times in case anyone needs one.

Anger Is Not My Brand via SarahMadisonFic. What I liked most about this post is how balanced it is. I definitely don’t like spending time around people who find reasons to be angry about everything, but I am also put off by people who appear to be hiding their true selves. It makes me feel like I can’t be honest with them when I’m genuinely struggling with or dismayed by something.

Witnessing Witnessing from the Outside. This was such a good essay. Sometimes it’s hard to explain all of the reasons why witnessing is so irritating, but the author did a great job of breaking everything down.

From What Is a Robot, Really?

 The human-machine relationship is rapidly evolving as a result. Humanity, and what it means to be a human, will be defined in part by the machines people design.

What have you been reading?


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2 Responses to Suggestion Saturday: April 2, 2016

  1. j matthew waters

    Lydia – thank you once again for sharing my poetry with your readers…I am honored to be part of your Saturday suggestions!

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