Writers v. Readers. Is it War?

Writers v. Readers. Is it War?

Words will never hurt me Cut it with the bad reviews! How to respond to negative reviews for fiction writers and readers? We’ve all heard the saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Well, tell that to authors who...
Are the AI Content Robots Stealing My Stuff?

Are the AI Content Robots Stealing My Stuff?

I didn’t see a future where the bots get to write fiction, music, and to paint while humans do all the cr*p jobs. Some twitter wag. Sorry I can’t credit it, but if he/she//they/bot gets in touch, I’d be happy to. Ha ha, it’s a fresh take on the problem,...
Too Difficult Tray

Too Difficult Tray

My Too Difficult Tray is overflowing these days and I’ll be forced to tackle it at some stage, but I suspect it’s a problem shared by many of you.  Too Difficult Tray Is Stacked Amazon Fire Tablet knocks out my Internet and I can’t connect the...
Ideas Are Exciting

Ideas Are Exciting

Some ideas excite more than others, but often that depends on what you want out of them. For certain, in human activity nothing happens without exciting ideas to spark a plan. I’ve been fascinated by Systems Thinking for most of my life, and a lot of it is...
Ideas About Ideas

Ideas About Ideas

Do you believe in Carl Jung’s collective unconscious? To summarise, he believed we share a common inheritance of instincts, memories and archetypes. I think of it as a universally available lending library. It makes sense, but accepting that or not, where do you...