Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Uneducated Masses Will Probably Choose the Free Lunch

There are primarily two reasons for this — both of which are based on the limited literacy skills of the uneducated masses: They can’t really comprehend what the fine print means; They can’t seem to learn from history. In the … Continue reading
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Why Collocation Matters

If you haven’t read “Words as Puzzle Pieces” yet, then please check out that post first. Obviously collocation is the very crux of “solving” a puzzle. It also forms the basis of frames (frame theory) and scripts, which are crucial … Continue reading
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Words as Puzzle Pieces

There are photo shops that will turn any picture into a puzzle — you can probably find hundreds of such services online. One thing that recently occurred to me is that if you took two (or more) pictures and sent … Continue reading
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