The Easiest And Most Difficult Rhetorical Device


A speaker’s life could be so easy. You could follow Craig Valentine’s advice and enter the re-living room. You could re-live moments in the past. You could re-live moments of happiness, moments of love, moments of despair, moments of defeat, moments of rain, moments of snow, moments of smell and sound and taste and touch.

Your life . . . → Read More: The Easiest And Most Difficult Rhetorical Device

Listening Is Not Reading


Think about the last book you read. Think about how you inhaled those pages. At some point, did it happen to you that your thoughts got carried away and you had to re-read some paragraph?

This is what happens to me all the time when I read a book. But – so what, I just re-read the . . . → Read More: Listening Is Not Reading

If Then Else


I’m not a programmer, I’m not a hacker, I don’t even watch Bollywood movies. But – I do remember my computer class in 1991. Black screens, green letters, a humming sound – our computer room at grammar school.

Our math teacher, Mr. W, shows us the first steps in Pascal, a computer language more antique than the . . . → Read More: If Then Else