Category Archives: Writing

Conjoined Twins

One can exist by itself, but the oth­er can’t. But exis­tence of the oth­er helps one. One comes first, the oth­er comes lat­ter. But the oth­er gives birth to one again. One is nec­es­sar­i­ly pri­vate, the oth­er is typ­i­cal­ly pub­lic. … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Abused Exclamation Mark

From sur­prise to hap­pi­ness, from anger to vio­lence, from anguish to tragedy, the excla­ma­tion mark punc­tu­ates a vari­ety of human expres­sion. When a char­ac­ter in your fic­tion says “Stop!”, your read­er hears the shout; while “Stop.” con­veys there is a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Your Blog, Your Home, Your Self

A blog is a vir­tu­al home. A per­ma­nent place for your thoughts, your mem­o­ries, your indis­cre­tions, your intro­spec­tion, and a place to share the unquiet­ness of your mind. No social net­work ful­fills this need. Your blog is not a place … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Blogging Highlights of 2009, Challenges & Thoughts for 2010

This is a good time to look at the high­lights of 2009, and share some thoughts about the future. High­lights Of 2009 This has been a busy year. 75 posts on An Unqui­et Mind in 2009 with about 1,500 com­ments! … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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An Unquiet Mind of A Social Geek

Take a look at these num­bers: This is my 267th post. There are 2962 authen­tic com­ments on this blog. My posts have 203 tags in 39 cat­e­gories. Total views crossed 100K quite a while back. These num­bers usu­al­ly don’t mean … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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