About Me and Plato on-line

First off, all my posts and pages here are not final. Which means that they’re continually being updated, so please check all of it from time to time.

When I launched Plato on-line, I was deep into Philosophy hence the blog name. But then, I found out that most academic philosophers are snobs and that there was too few open-minded philosophers to interact with so I switched to social media and technology which were my second interests.

I’m specifically a content curator which means that I organize and share the best and most relevant content on a specific issue on-line. Some of my articles have been published by EzineArticles, ArticlesBase, AssociatedContents, and many other websites.

Plato on-line’s Most Famous Visitor
It was a pleasant surprise when John Young, the humble father of whistleblowing and founder of Cryptome.org, reacted and commented on my post Is Cryptome Against Wikileaks?. If you’re planning to interview him in person, be warned that instead of facing a courteous man, you will face a stern and frank John Young. Why is that? Keep in mind that Young is an activist and famous activists are always under pressure of federal surveillance.

Links to my articles:
Literary Magic Team Fiction Contributor
Pocholo Peralta

Sample of a pie-chart I created
Plato on-line Visit Stats

If you’re wondering why my top quality graphic designs are few, it’s because I lack the premium tools to create them. But someday all my designs will be top quality for you all.

I created Plato on-line just in Nov. 11- 08. If you entered my site thru an old article then want to get to the newest, just click on the title Plato on-line at the top left corner.
If you’re interested in anything purely literary, my other weblog is WP Writers Group at pochp09.wordpress.com.

I do not necessarily share all beliefs and opinions expressed here. If I have illegally used any copyrighted items for Plato on-line, please inform me if you want it deleted. I would even delete my attacks on persons and entities if you think they were too personal. I try and experiment a lot with computer safety apps and tools and I can give you a dozen tips and tools. Just send me your request.

Here’s a testimony to my blogs:

I have been surfing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth enough for me. In my opinion, if all webmasters and bloggers made good content as you did, the internet will be much more useful than ever before.
Approve it: http://poch.comluv.com/wp-admin/comment.php?action=approve&c=298

Welcome and thank you for the visit. I value your comments very much. I get many complaints that my comments form is almost always closed. I assure you, specially to my new visitors, that it’s never my doing. I treat all comments that contain links only as spam so to my readers, please don’t click on these comment links as they might only lead to malware infection.

If you are a victim of injustice or something and want to air your grievance, I would be glad to do that here on Plato on-line so don’t hesitate to ask.

If you want to contact me but can’t or don’t want to use the comment form, the address is pochsp at gmail dot com. I’m also at facebook.com/pochp. To those who rated this weblog 5 stars, you’re true friends I won’t forget 🙂

In case of my disability or death, two persons are allowed to inherit Plato on-line. They are my sister Mia Smallwood, and my nephew Victor Bautista.

Unusual facts about me

I bathed in my own blood three times when I was child. An injury to my eye, a big gash on my forehead, and my ear getting nearly torn from my head. All those happened to the right side of my head. I shed blood on 2 different neighboring streets.

I have played good chess, guitar, and billiards all at the same time. I’m not sure though if I could still do that today.

Copyright 2008 Poch Peralta
Real Writing My most recent profile pic – March 2012

22 Responses to About Me and Plato on-line

  1. Alexi George says:

    I do enjoy reading your blogs from time to time. Also, I’ve taught a few Philosophy courses out of necessity, not because I’m a Philosophy major. I’ve enjoyed it, and I think it provides a frame of reference for us to think about life and society.

    So, I’m sure your interest in Philosophy impacts your writing.



  2. jhanagan2014 says:

    Well, I was a philosophy professor for 40 years, and I must agree that most (but not all) of my colleagues lived in The Clouds of Aristophanes. I agree with Hadot, and even Foucault, that if an idea does not have the power to enrich one’s daily life, then it is a bloody waste of time. I do believe, however, that some philosophies and philosophers do have the potential to enlarge the soul. And that is a gift.

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  3. I found your comment on philosophers being snobs amusing – I found the exact same thing and changed my degree as a result.
    It’s all about arguing about past philosophers rather than engaging with new issues etc.
    Cool blog too 🙂

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