I stood next to Arthur C. Clarke’s wheelchair, at his desk, in his office, in his house, surrounded by his books, videotapes, plaques, photographs, trinkets, trophies and memories and a loud sob escaped me. And then another one, followed by the unstoppable avalanche of tears that you have no choice but to let happen.Read More
The Shallowness of Social Media and Online Learning in a 100-Year-Old Book: A brief look at the novella by E.M. Forster, The Machine StopsRead More
On the way back from Daorson, don’t miss the opportunity to stop by the village of Osanjici and visit two monuments. One is a 15th century abandoned Orthodox Church and the other is a type of judge’s stone seat used by Bosnian feudal lords to settle disputes and rule their villages in the 14th & 15th centuries. Read More
Daorson was the capital of the Hellenised Illyrian tribe called the Daorsi who lived there between 300 BC and 50 BC.
But there are those who believe that the site predates Greek civilization itself and that it had a unique purpose. All we need to do is to open up to the possibility. Read More