Flashmob Recreates Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

Flashmob Recreates Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

The Night Watch is a painting by the Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn that was finished in 1642.  Considered one of his most famous, it is displayed at the Netherlands national museum, Rijksmuseum, in Amsterdam. In April this year, to celebrate the reopening of the...
Random Thoughts: The Future of Holidaying

Random Thoughts: The Future of Holidaying

When I was in my teens and in university, my father always insisted on family holidays, particularly around Christmas. We would pile into the car and head to Swaziland, Durban or East London or something. Before that, I generally spent my Christmas holidays in Germany...
Random Thoughts: Africa’s Wikipedia Problem?

Random Thoughts: Africa’s Wikipedia Problem?

In April this year, an American author, Amanda Filipacchi, wrote a piece titled Wikipedia’s Sexism Toward Female Novelists, on the New York Times website in reaction to the discovery that women were being moved from the American Novelists category to a sub-category...
Heineken Dropped SA

Heineken Dropped SA

There is something about travel that puts not only one’s home into perspective but also how we fit into the world as a whole. The diversity that is the human species and the planet we live on is phenomenal but few of us have the opportunity to truly experience it,...
Words From TV Fathers

Words From TV Fathers

The Good Men Project, which was started in 2009, is one of those sites and twitter accounts I follow because it often shares interesting thoughts related to the multi-dimensions of being a man. They define themselves as follows: We are a community of 21st Century...
Technology In The 80s

Technology In The 80s

I remember life before the cellphone. I remember when my father’s office moved from a normal typewriter to the advanced electric typewriter. I remember when they first bought a fax machine.  I remember marveling at how you could put a piece of paper in your...

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