Monthly Archives: May 2006

The Duty of the Individual

From the foreword to The Economist’s Tale, by Peter Griffiths: This book shows that it is individuals who cause poverty, underdevelopment and famine, by their actions, by their failure to act, and by their failure to speak up. Some individuals … Continue reading

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An Interesting Week

On Monday I signed up to do the Landmark Forum for the third time. I’ll be doing it this weekend. The couple of times I’ve done it before both led to remarkable changes in my life, so I’m hoping for … Continue reading

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A piece about internet use in South Korea, the most wired country in the world. BBC News writes about the virtual lives many South Koreans are living via the net. I must admit I find the extent of this a … Continue reading

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School Reunion

A cracking episode of Doctor Who, with one of the most beautiful lines ever: Some things are worth getting your heart broken for. Scott Matthewman has written a great review of School Reunion. The reasons he likes it are mostly … Continue reading

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