We must never accept shoddy work – it doesn’t make any sense to make something not as good as it should be. But we are… Read More »It could have been better (2): Seth Godin on limits to quality
It always could be.
This is Thucydides writing in 432 BC. Apart from the general description of how stability affects the accumulation of wealth he also gives what is… Read More »Thucydides on the prosperity that comes with peace
Flippity.net has a load of clever templates that turn Googlesheets into various educational things. We’ve just used the “Manipulatives” template to make this card-sorting game… Read More »Resource recommendation: online card-sorting game maker from Flippity
This article in the Guardian summarises a new set of data from the Office of National Statistics. Here’s the key table on income inequality (based… Read More »UK income inequality by ethnicity: data from the ONS
They wanted an end to oppression, an end to tyranny, an end to strife, work for men, education for children, social goodwill towards women, liberty,… Read More »Victor Hugo: two faces of political violence