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I Believe in You. Here’s Why.

I believe in You. And I believe in We. Here’s my story (perhaps you’ll share yours too): In May this year I set up a Facebook page called EthicalStartups. I didn’t really know what I’d set it up for and … Continue reading

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What have future generations ever done for us?

The answers so far: – given us hope – increased life expectancy (?! a very curious and somehow beautiful answer from AQA (63336 Any Question Answered) it sort of made sense in a really bizarre, #TuringTestFAIL way) – given us … 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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