My nonmonogamy

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Written in response to the monthly theme on Poly Means Many: Types of Nonmonogamy I’m not big on definitions and labels, and as I’m still new to the concept of non-monogamy itself (he said, neatly avoiding having to label my own relationship type for the moment) all of the terminology around this lifestyle is something that…

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May 20, 1990: Advice on Life from Calvin and Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson Untitled Into the Myst – The Bygone Bureau

A day at the Fringe

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Last Saturday we headed to Edinburgh for some Fringe frolics, with only a vague plan but no real expectations of what we might see, so as we walked towards the Gilded Balloon we accepted a few flyers and made some quick decisions! First up was a musical comedian from Boston, Katie Goodman. She got things…

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The Immortality Financiers: The Billionaires Who Want to Live Forever – The WRITERS ON WRITING; Easy on the Adverbs, Exclamation Points and Especially Layoffs Taboo, Japan Workers Are Sent to the Boredom Room – NYTimes.com

Assumptions

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Written in response to the monthly theme on Poly Means Many: Assumptions I am not ‘one of the lads’, I can play the role when needed but recently I’ve been less inclined to do so. It’s taken me a while to figure out why but I think it’s because I’m getting fed up with the…

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The BMX Boys of E.T. by Emon Hassan – Narratively: Local stories, boldly to Untitled Move fast, break things: The sad story of Platform, Facebook’s gigantic mis

Lots of new things

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There are many different types of relationship, many different ways those relationships function, and many different forms the dynamic takes between two or more people. At present, for these things are prone to change, I’m lucky enough to be in a relationship with a woman who shares my views on these things. We’ve both been…

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42 Rules to Lead by from the Man Who Defined Google’s Product Strategy From the corners of the Curve.: &quot;It never stops being painful&quot; Untitled Move fast, break things: The sad story of Platform, Facebook’s gigantic mis