Author Archives: bradfonseca

Happy International Women’s Day

This is just a quick post to call out that it’s International Women’s Day today (2020-03-08). If you have special women and girls in your life today, wish them well. Also, today and every day, support them in any way you can by giving them the space to be who they want to be and […]

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Capturing Inspiration

Maybe it’s happened to you, you’re at the grocery store or the parkand suddenly you have the Best. Blog. Idea. Ever. You have to rememberit but you’re not in front of your computer right now. What do youdo? You try to commit it to memory until you get home. However, bythe time you get back […]

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Humour in the Morning

Figure 1: Attribution: Unknown [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons I found the above meme while wandering the Internet. To be honest, I have implemented a lot of what they speak about in this Popular Science article. I tend to go to bed and get up at the same time every day, whether of not it’s […]

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Looking Back [and Maybe Forward?]

Figure 1: Just a Man Stuck in a Gear Passing Time (Attribution: Free for commercial use, No attribution required, via Pixabay) Well. It’s been more than six months since I’ve put up a post on this blog. Let’s take a look at that, shall we? First off, I want to apologize for breaking my self-imposed […]

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Why I Love My Public Library

Figure 1: Attribution: By Brad Fonseca (Own work) Figure 2: Support my blog on Ko-Fi I love books. Every year, I challenge myself to read a certain number of books. This year, I’m aiming at 25 books. While I love owning books, I am a heavy user of my local library and my city’s library […]

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Reforming Capitalism

Figure 1: Attribution: By LinkedIn [Fair Use], via LinkedIn Pulse A friend sent me this article and I found it to be a really good summary of what is wrong with capitalism in the United States and in an increasing extent the rest of the world. However, its proposed solutions don’t completely address the problem. […]

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A Book of Boredom and Brilliance and Other Related Things

Figure 1: Attribution: By Author [Fair Use], via Author Web Site I recently finished reading a very interesting book called “Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self” by Manoush Zomorodi. While some of the reviews I’ve seen are rather haughtily negative, I enjoyed this book. I already limit […]

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