Monthly Archives: January 2011

Keys/ Gray/ Brady/ Neil – sexism in the news, and not

Irked by reading: http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/dj-taylor-well-karren-when-it-comes-to-sexism-2198282.html Under the sexism headline, and following on from the Keys/Gray/Brady story, the piece on Andrew Neil’s programme suffers from a glaring omission: any mention of gender. We will remain very far from any possibility of equality … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on LWF11

Without a doubt, the Learning Without Frontiers conference 2011 had the best programme, format and speakers of all the education conferences. Gamers and entrepreneurs, Lords and ministers, children young and old came together under the banner of disruptive technology. In … Continue reading

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One Life Living – Are You A Modern Day Slaver?

One Life Living I have been thinking a lot lately, about a lot of related issues – life purpose, legacy, success, good/bad, the future, children, responsibility, opportunity, global problems and solutions etc. One idea keeps coming up, from many angles … Continue reading

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