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You get the kind of traffic you plan for

Why urban transport networks are a twentieth century solution to productivity, and why communications networks will supplant them. Continue reading

13. December 2016 by admin
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The demonstration of awareness in performance

A piece about Victoria Wood’s career and performance style. Continue reading

20. April 2016 by admin
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How to do well at university

How can you get more out of university education? And how does the teaching style differ from A levels? Continue reading

15. January 2016 by admin
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A guide to surviving your first year at university

Practical tips for first year students on surviving and thriving at university. Continue reading

05. October 2015 by admin
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The 11 best theatres in London for quality drama

Live theatre is by far the most exciting way of experiencing contemporary drama. I recommend these London theatres for the best live drama the UK has to offer. Continue reading

28. August 2015 by admin
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DIY Montessori activities for toddlers

Educational activities and games for toddlers inspired by my work at a Montessori nursery in London, including photos of early years resources I have made. Continue reading

30. July 2015 by admin
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Windows XP is dead, long live Windows XP

Windows XP reached end of life April 2014, but there is a way to keep using it and to massively improve boot time. Continue reading

06. November 2014 by admin
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Why small babies enjoy white noise

The calming effect of white noise on my baby nephew and the medical theory to explain it. Continue reading

19. September 2013 by admin
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What’s in a teacher’s bag?

A peek inside an English teacher’s bag, written in response to a tweet from the TES. Continue reading

13. June 2013 by admin
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Why Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ is catchy

Is there a reason people are addicted to the latest Daft Punk track, other than it being disco-tastic? A technical analysis. Continue reading

04. May 2013 by admin
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