Considering that the question “How prevalent should augmentation technology be within our society?” is one of the key components of the setting of DE: Human Revolution, the “anti-augmentation” factions within the game do a surprisingly poor job of arguing against it.
Office politics are a fact of life and have been for millennia. Problems will arise whenever people gather together in large numbers. One caveman didn’t like the way another hunted, or a group of women thought that another man’s wife was a megalomanic. Office politics are nothing new, and unless you plan on becoming a hermit, you’ll need to deal with it sooner or later.
When you finish University or leave school, it’s tempting to think that your years of learning are over. That’s a myth, or at least, it should be. Just because you now work in a four by four cubicle doused in fluorescent lighting doesn’t mean that you should stop absorbing information. Continue reading Socrates On Life After Uni
Billy Preston’s powerful words, if you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you’re with, swim across my thoughts and I’m wondering if it matters who we love.
In a world dominated by celebrity culture, reality television, and how many likes a person gets on their twitter account, it’s easy to loose a sense of self worth when the approval of others seems more important. Continue reading What can Marcus Aurelius teach you about being unpopular?