Shirley

I have never met you skin to touch but yet due to this alien science I can discern you, how wonderful the world is – yet so treacherous. My life is hillstone dry and parched like this Kalahari that’s my plantation station (they say watches are new chains on our wrists, how so? We toil …

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On The Unfounded Myth That Automation Destroys Jobs, The 4th Industrial Revolution And So On

It is the American computer scientist and futurist, Raymond Kurzweil, who brilliantly observed years ago that technology is a double-edged sword. When he made this statement, Kurzweil was responding to the question inferring that the rapid evolution of technology is corrupting people. In other words technology is bad for humanity. I have to admit it, …

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The ladybird

I know a ladybird with a colourful mind and flying soul. Rarely understood but never old. Masked in smiles but the world on her head, she’s her own mentor and idol. I know a ladybird that flys so high, her only competition is herself, reaching for the bright sun and sometimes missing her stars. I …

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