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  • Poor A.C. Grayling
    on Jul 4, 2011 in Education Politics
    A.C. Grayling has found himself the target of some vicious criticism of late because of his venture in founding a private institution, the New College of the Humanities (NCH). It offers taught degrees to those who can afford it – … Contin...
  • The Weight of Time Passing
    on Jun 6, 2011 in Creativity
    I was taken this week by something quite touching on the Collings and Herrin Podcast, which in itself a rare and unusual thing. Richard Herring was reminded of the time he and Stewart Lee interviewed Moon Unit Zappa – Frank … Continue rea...
  • The Weight of Time Passing
    on Jun 6, 2011 in Creativity
    I was taken this week by something quite touching on the Collings and Herrin Podcast, which in itself a rare and unusual thing. Richard Herring was reminded of the time he and Stewart Lee interviewed Moon Unit Zappa – Frank … Continue rea...
  • How to bring down a British Prime Minister
    on Jun 4, 2011 in Politics
    Was Gordon Brown’s demise due to a series of (un)lucky accidents or was there a media conspiracy to bring down the then British Prime Minister? I ask this question now, a year after the General Election, because I’ve just listened …...
  • How to bring down a British Prime Minister
    on Jun 4, 2011 in Politics
    Was Gordon Brown’s demise due to a series of (un)lucky accidents or was there a media conspiracy to bring down the then British Prime Minister? I ask this question now, a year after the General Election, because I’ve just listened …...
  • Blue Labour?
    on May 17, 2011 in Politics
    On first hearing of Blue Labour, I have to admit to being more than a little dismayed. My initial thought was that it was a half-baked reaction to the Conservative’s pathetic “Red Tory” ideas. I was doubly dismayed as the … Continue readi...
  • Blue Labour?
    on May 17, 2011 in Politics
    ??On first hearing of Blue Labour, I have to admit to being more than a little dismayed. My initial thought was that it was a half-baked reaction to the Conservative’s pathetic “Red Tory” ideas. I was doubly dismayed as the … Continue rea...
  • Teachers protest too much?
    on Apr 19, 2011 in Education
    Teachers may pursue industrial action in protest at the government’s plans to move teacher training away from universities to on the job training in schools, but do they have a case? I’m sure the coalition government’s motivation fo...
  • Teachers protest too much?
    on Apr 19, 2011 in Education
    Teachers may pursue industrial action in protest at the government’s plans to move teacher training away from universities to on the job training in schools, but do they have a case? I’m sure the coalition government’s motivation fo...
  • Google bad … so says MicrosoftGoogle has been reported for anti-competition activities both in Europe and in the US. Who has reported them? A Microsoft subsidiary, that’s who. Pot calling the kettle black, anyone? The claim against Google is complicated but seems to revolve...
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