The age of digital slavery

The internet was touted as a pervasive digital playground of free space, free-thinking and an insatiable curiosity. It has developed from a wild frontier, where anything was possible, into a corporate collection of cubicles in which we all slave – to their benefit.

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Switching homes for my rambling and rants

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When lockdown began in South Africa, everyone went looking for things to do, either to fill the time while not being allowed to work or to feel productive. I joined in a bit of gardening, while others turned to art, dance, music or making videos. I found my groove when I turned to writing.

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