Radio Presenter and Interviewer. Armed with my recorder, I seek out interesting people to interview. The results are then posted on Audioboo, in the hope that you'll enjoy listening to them, just as much as I enjoyed talking to the people themselves.
What’s so funny about this? When I started looking for photos for this audioboo, in my mind I had an image of a bunch or pride of lions hanging out on the African plain somewhere with one lone white lion among them. After all white is not the natural color of lions. It’s brownish orange, sort of....
This Down-here-Chief cartoon reminds me of another one in which two earthworms shown in slug have a little dialogue:
The First: I'm beginning to fall in love with you ..
The Second: Don't get me wrong. I am only your other end!
Great, Icnthesky, and thank you for choosing to follow my boos. You've favourited one audioboo of mine, too. Thanks.
I've just listened to St Teresa de Avila.
Rumi says more or less the same as well. So, I closed my eyes, fell in Love and stayed there!
Thanks a lot, God Bless Us ... !
The dice of togetherness then was cast.
Life was suddenly warm cosy sublime.
Intense, hectic, priceless but fleeting fast
Were the honey-sweetened moments of Time.
The tide rose, the tide fell, all over soon
For us to remember what is no more.
Memory is both a curse and a...
Finding time to read blogs can be difficult. Keeping up with online innovations even more so. This podcast allows you to do both. Digital strategist Paul Boag, narrates his blog posts so that they are available to you even when in the car or at the gym.
I write books and online materials for English language learners. These include original stories like Race Against Time, (Heinemann) and Love by Design (Macmillan) and simplified versions of classics like Henry James' Washington Square.
Three of my re
"Explaining a joke is like dissecting a frog. You understand it better but the frog dies in the process." — E. B. White Nevertheless, our intent is to help English learners understand why jokes are funny.
A POEM ON SPELLING & PRONUNCIATION
Author not known
I take it you already know
Of TOUGH and BOUGH and COUGH and DOUGH.
Others may stumble but not you
On HICCOUGH, THOROUGH, LOUGH and THROUGH
Well done! And now you wish, perhaps,
To learn of less familiar traps.