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YOUNG BUT NOT SO FOOLISH

April 23, 2014

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I have watched far too much of the news lately, and what do I hear when anything is mentioned of today’s young people? I hear fear-Mongering rubbish designed to scare the average middle age parent. I hear energy drinks are as dangerous as cocaine; that anyone with a social media account is doomed to suicide […]

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THE FLOODS

November 4, 2013

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Now, when you hear that phrase, the floods, what comes to mind, giant, tsunami like waves demolishing everything in their path. Now, that’s not what I’m talking about here, not the deadly crashing walls of water, I’m talking about those giant, freedom crushing walls of paper, that descend upon you just as the term is […]

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GEMS OF THE PAST

October 12, 2013

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I have no musical talent, I never have, in fact, apart from the occasional bout of writing, I’m not the most creative guy. I am also not a fan most modern creative endeavours. I look back on the past, and see truly great artwork, cinema, theatre, music, literature, and to me it all seems superior […]

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A CHANGING INTERNET

September 30, 2013

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Today, the internet is, in a way, under siege. Currently it spans the globe and is near impossible to control and there are very few set laws of what you can do on the internet. It evolved from a military communication network into  a series of global interlinked networks, all sharing information, not all of […]

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GENERATION TUTOR

March 23, 2013

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There is a noticeable growing trend in our generation. Being tutored. I’m not even sure that tutoring is the right word, since tutoring suggests that these children being tutored need help. In fact usually these students are ahead of the class and doing work two or three years ahead of what they would be doing […]

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