Monthly Archives: September 2014

Anagrams in Novels – Clever or Cringeworthy?

I’m really bad with picking up anagrams.

I recently realised that the name of a famous ebook reading device is an anagram of “book”. (That’s the Kobo, in case you’re worse at it than me.)

And it was only this year, 11 years after the last instalment of The Matrix Trilogy was released, when I realised that for three movies of NEO trying to work out if he is the ONE… you see? And that was only after someone pointed it out to me. Continue reading


Help Stop the Ivory Trade

Killing an individual is one thing. Killing off an entire species, a vital cog in a complex ecosystem… I have no words. Very sad. And all because the ecosystem we are part of takes a backseat to the economy.

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The illegal ivory trade has decimated the elephant population. Elephants are on the brink of extinction. Please help save them. Every 15 minutes, an elephant is killed for its tusks. At that rate, elephants will be extinct in the wild in about 10 years.

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