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Scrabble Day: Tense, Tenuous, and Tender

On April 13, 1899, Alfred Butts was born. He was an American architect, and the inventor of the board game Scrabble. On April 13, 1947, Rae Armantrout was born. She is an American poet, the winner of the 2009 National … Continue reading

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Google versus GO – it’s enough to commit seppuku

By ann summers Like John Nash’s humiliation in A Beautiful Mind, it may be the case that like Mishima’s loss to Kawabata for the Nobel Prize, our lives may be determined by more banal activities. In Nash’s case it’s a … Continue reading

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