Charlie LeDuff's book "Work and Other Sins: Life in New York City and Thereabouts" is about places in New York that working people frequent like barbershops and bars, places where people like to chit chat. Visiting such places, the book provides a glimpse of everyday life for the working people
People have been complaining about information overload since antiquity. For example, in the first century AD, The Roman writer Seneca said that “the abundance of books is distraction.” With the invention of the printing press, the flood of information became even more unmanageable, and now information is being disseminated faster
This novel is thought-provoking for a modern audience because we confront the threat of nihilism by trying so hard to be somebody, to differentiate ourselves from people in the past, and from the repetitive nature of the work we do.
The Writing Life by Annie Dillard would resonate with anyone who has ever taken up some kind of creative work. A lifetime of wisdom about life and writing is condensed into a slim book of 111 pages. Loosely connected descriptions, anecdotes, and analogies somewhat form a full account of creative
Approaching the end of the first season of The Rings of Power, we still know very little about Halbrand's past. For one thing, all we know about his past is discovered by Galadriel. In Númenor's Hall of Lore, Galadriel finds out that the insignia worn by Halbrand is the symbol
"I am not made for perilous quests. I wish I had never seen the Ring! Why did it come to me? Why was I chosen?" (Chapter One, The Fellowship of the Ring" Most would agree that putting your life in danger for the good of the entire Middle earth is
Avatar: The Way of Water, the first of four planned equals to Avatar is set to release on December 16. The sequel will explore the oceans of the planet and will use newly-developed underwater motion-capture technology. For those who missed it in theaters or need a refresher, Avatar has just