January 30, 2007
January 24, 2007
If you don't get things right, we will not tire of reminding you. PayWhat's your favourite? Here's mine:
heed. We are smarter than you. You have not had a thought we haven't
I see you still haven't gotten the hang of this "blogging" thing.
PS I got the link from a blog I recently subscribed to Children's Illustration
January 21, 2007
From the BBC website.
A British Army Officer has received an MBE for charity work on behalf of Gurkha veterans in Nepal. Lt Col Ade Clewlow sold his photos of Nepal to raise money for children in India.
January 20, 2007
Altho the girl found in Cambodia does not speak any intelligible language, the fact that she disappeared at the age of eight (i.e. after language has been learned) suggests that she did once speak a human language and can probably be rehabilitated to speak it (or another one) again.
January 07, 2007
David Miliband, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said organic food was more of a "lifestyle choice that people can make".
Miliband was interviewed by the Sunday Times, and he also spoke at the Oxford Farming Conference.
Another straw man, and only a couple of tiny paragraphs at the end of the article (quoting the Soil Association) question or put in context Miliband's statement. There are two primary reasons for consumers to choose organic food products over others: one is they use no (or almost no) pesticides and herbicides or additives, which, apart from the concern about their longterm impact on human health, get passed into the food chain and have seriously damaged the environment, and the other is they are usually grown by small, independent growers who offer an alternative to the food conglomerates.
January 06, 2007
January 03, 2007
Go on, admit it: you're thinking of changing job.
Plenty of people are: something like one-quarter of British workers are thinking of taking the plunge this year alone.
So as a service to readers, BBC News is planning to profile people at work in a vast range of careers, letting them show in their own words and pictures just what their job entails.
We're looking for people to give us the inside scoop on what their working lives are all about. Get in touch, and we will help you put together a photo diary of a typical day