We love lists: we make them, we read about them, we try to remember them. So it is unsurprising that authors often present us with lists of things we should do, say, eat, smell, visit or view. But is it just that I’m getting old(er), but why do I prefer nice short lists, rather than long ones? Anything more than five is getting a bit much for me. Continue reading
Are you on YouTube? No … are you sure? Have you checked? I must admit I was surprised when my son informed me that there was a clip of me (all 20 seconds worth!), clearly recorded (unbeknown to me) on a mobile phone. It was from a talk I gave in Hong Kong last year, and I won’t give you the link as it’s not worth pursuing, but I must admit that I was surprised that it had been viewed by 202 people! Continue reading
Late last year a video appeared on YouTube that rapidly became a smash hit (nearly 1.5 million hits, and nearly 7,000 comments) and created much discussion and debate.
Titled ‘A vision of students today’, it shows a lecture hall … Continue reading