Looking back to the Londons of Alexei Sayle in the 80s and Blur in the 90s shows us how the life we knew is being disrupted in the modern world.
Change never stops. Change is a challenge. Change always gives you a choice. This is as true as ever in today’s “post-shame, post-truth” world.
You never know until you know. This post takes in: a highly-informative road crossing; polar bears and the naming of the Arctic, and a tale of high adventure in the Canadian High Arctic from my friend Simon Heath.
Our times are fractured, how we see the world is fractured. If we could piece it all back together, what would we see?
“You can prove anything with facts,” as the excellent Stewart Lee would remind us*. And that is no bad thing.
What’s the best medium for self-expression for you? If you’re of the blogging persuasion, what do you think makes for compelling, authentic writing? I had a highly enjoyable Twitter chat on these topics with US blogger and outstanding gent Christopher De Mers recently. Christopher has written a post entitled Selfies, which identifies four key qualities […]