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#OpenMinday – A mature individualism @diane1859 @shepleygreen

What is Open Minday? “To many in both politics and business, the triumph of the self is the ultimate expression of democracy, where power has finally moved to the people.” Promo for The Century of the Self, Adam Curtis Even … Continue reading

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The Fog of Commerce -and- The Nomads of Financialism

“…War, organised war, is not a human instinct. It is a highly planned and co-operative form of theft. And that form of theft began ten thousand years ago when the harvesters of wheat accumulated a surplus, and the nomads rose … Continue reading

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Deep, meaningful conversations over office Christmas lunch… Now is the perfect time to go to Uni for a degree in the Arts or Humanities Look, fees aren’t great but they’re here to stay. We’ve been paying fees to go to … Continue reading

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#PolarMonday – 13 October 2011

ANOTHER UPDATE! I’ve finally cracked it. After writing my most recent post I wanted the project to really have a point, one which was obvious from the tag. And it was staring me in the face all along – #openminday. … Continue reading

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