Is Bitcoin really “rat poison squared”?

Bitcoin offers financial freedom and independence. By Thomas Levene If Bitcoin, is such a groundbreaking technology, why has it received such negative press? Bitcoin has been labelled ‘rat poison squared’ by Warren Buffett. It has been declared dead a whopping 401 times and counting. Well, one thing is for sure, Bitcoin isn’t dead and Warren […]

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Finding Equanimity

A 50 year journey through oriental philosophy and Karate By Dave Blazer I don’t really remember when the martial arts and their related philosophy first came into my consciousness. I’m going to guess it was through something in entertainment, such as a rerun of ‘Bad Day at Black Rock’ with Spencer Tracy demonstrating some judo […]

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Westminster must fully recognise the Cornish identity.

Onen hag Oll, oll adro (One and all, all around)  By Phili Mills Phili Mills argues that the Cornish ethnic identity matters. Westminster must explicitly recognize Cornish identity to show that the Cornish people are respected and included. However, the UK government has disallowed a full Cornish identity and, in the forthcoming census, Cornish people […]

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The Transsexual Trilogy: by James McGuire

Ars Notoria is proud to present a taster podcast of the powerful, partly autobiographical, trilogy of novels by James Royce McGuire. James Royce McGuire James Royce McGuire’s plays have been performed at Circle Rep, The Drama Book Shop and Cornelia Street Café in New York among many others. His first full length play, “Daddy Kathryn”, […]

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Poet of Honour: Cyril Dabydeen

Guyanese with Indian ancestry, and ever since winning Sandbach Parker Gold Medal in his twenties, in 1964, Cyril has won critical acclaims and awards, including becoming the Poet Laureate of Ottawa, between 1984 and 1987. Few poets succeed as novelists as well. Recognised with the country’s most coveted awards, the Guyana Prize for Fiction, Cyril has proven he is also a great novelist.

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