Tag Archives: time travel

Diving deep into the blogosphere

‘Blogging’ has been with us since the mid-1990s. At the start of the 21st Century, WordPress blogging began. Currently, about 7.5 million blog posts are written every single day — and the trend is upward. The ‘official’ view of the … Continue reading

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How to time travel using WordPress

Disclaimer: this is how it currently works; I offer no guarantees that this information is valid in your epoch! The only constant is change. Heraclitus (c.535 BC – c.474 BC) The ‘permalink’ Each WordPress post is allocated a permalink (short … Continue reading

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The blog-driven time machine

The blogosphere is one massive creative content continuum. Most of us only live on the front edge of the ever-expanding wave, but there’s a wealth of diversity hidden below, accessible by a single magic word: That word is ‘?random’. When … Continue reading

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The illusion of free will

There are several episodes in my life about which I sometimes stop and think, and wonder how things might have turned out had I chosen a different path. In each case, the decision I made at the time was determined … Continue reading

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