People from all over the world are evolving with Darwin’s Paradox…. Artists, construction workers, teachers, students, healers, entrepreneurs, councilors, and shop-keepers … all journeying together toward the singularity. Look who’s reading Darwin today:
Rick LeBlanc is an Account Manager and Senior Customer Service Trainer in computer software with a company in Alberta, Canada. I met Rick several years ago at a science fiction convention; he was carrying a nice camera over his shoulder and knew how to use it.
Rick LeBlanc’s Twitter page says he’s “just a photography, gardening, builder kinda guy, science fiction reader. Well, I guess that’s why he’s reading Darwin’s Paradox.
Rick has been using photography to play since he first picked up an Instamatic at 14. Some of his favourites can be found at http://rickacadie.imagekind.com. He also likes to build things, like garages, workshops & sheds. His plans to build a Grand Banks dory are slowly working their way to fruition. He’s been reading science fiction from the age of nine when he came across Robert A. Heinlein’s ‘The Puppet Masters’. Thousands of SF novels later, he had to build an 1150 square foot addition to have a proper bookshelf for his collection.
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If you are a Darwin reader and wish to share your favorite place to read Darwin, email me your shot of you reading the book and I’ll feature you with the book. Include a little about you and what you’d like to promote (yourself, a group, an event or place, world peace…) and a link. Email me at: email@example.com (message line: Look who’s reading Darwin).