Below is a fairly eclectic mix of blog posts that grabbed my attention this month and provided me room for thought or I found really interesting. Continue reading May: My Favourite Blog Posts
I don’t think we can look at this preoccupation with STEM as the key reason for the rise of populism, but I think it is more a clear manifestation of the way many governments are thinking at the moment. Continue reading Has focus on STEM aided the (re)rise of Populism?
I write a lot of my poetry when I’m on the bus. Continue reading A Creative Commute (Part One)
Professor J. R. R. Tolkien had requested that we meet for 2pm on Saturday afternoon in the Old English Tea Rooms in the town we would both be visiting at the time. Continue reading Having Coffee With… J.R.R Tolkien
So what does introvert mean?
It’s about where you get your energy from. Continue reading My Essential Guide To Ignoring People
I thought I was going to have it all by the time I was twenty-one. Any older than that, I thought, and surely I was over the hill. Continue reading Dreams of an 18 Year Old
Reading a book is not just about what the words say. It’s about the whole experience that goes with it. Continue reading Digital vs. Print & Paper (Part I)
‘There is written, her fair neck round about: Noli me tangere, for Caesar’s I am’ Continue reading Poet of the Month: Sir Thomas Wyatt
“Here are my words; they were special to me when I wrote them. Now, how will they be special to you?” Continue reading ‘To read it well: that is, to understand’
If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you… Continue reading Learn As If You Were To Live Forever