Category Archives: Billee Sharp

Femme Savage

Femme Savage by Billee Sharp I am at my absolute worst when I’m ill, even a minor cold will deconstruct the reasonable persona I possess in the full flush of health. My husband knows this well, he tries not to … Continue reading

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Fakecrack Nation

Fakecrack Nation by Billee Sharp I’m not going to apologize for revisiting Facebook in my ruminations this time around. Why should I? Every week there are a slew of articles published  which touch on the social networking phenomenon, I read … Continue reading

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Snakelocks und die “Sex-Granny”

What’s in a name? Evidently quite a lot if current marketing trends are indicative of success. Some names are labored over others just slip out intuitively. Jack Dorsey, who thought up Twitter now brings us Square – the innovation that … Continue reading

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Groan of Drones

Groan of Drones In the early years of ethnology and anthropology scholars were fascinated by the predominance of universal cultural visions; the widespread motifs of the Goddess and the mother-son alliance. These were not particularly popular ideas with the scientists … Continue reading

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Plastic Islands & District 11 Bread.

Plastic Islands & District 11 Bread. By Billee Sharp I had an awful dream the other week: it started off nicely, sailing a little mirror dingy with my kids on Lyme Bay in Dorset. After a few tranquil moments viewing … Continue reading

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Occupy Spaceship Earth or… Downton Abbey?

Here we are, racing through the first quarter of 2012, a year heaving with portents, some good, some bad, some questionable and crazed. We’re seeing alignments of heavenly bodies  which haven’t occurred in donkeys’ years and the crumbly end of … Continue reading

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Writhing in Sleaze

Rupert Murdoch’s decision to close the 168 yr old News of the World seemed both shocking and appropriate: the sleaziest newspaper in Britain had finally out-sleazed itself with it’s illegal phone-tapping activities and bowed out of the lucrative Sunday trade … Continue reading

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