Learning About: The Difference between the UK, Britain and England

I have been in doubt for a long time about the difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England. For some strange reason I thought England was a country, Great Britain was the alliance between Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland, and the United Kingdom was the collection of islands including the Isle of […]

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Learning about: The Operating System of Money

What is the operating system of money? Why are the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer? When did all of this start? Douglas Rushkoff answers these questions in a powerfully simple way: Once upon a time, before the middle ages, we had an abundance-based currency. Everyone lived happily, you were issued vouchers based […]

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Review: Bones of the Hills

I just finished reading Bones of the Hills by Conn Iggulden. It is the 3rd book in the Conqueror Series of Genghis Khan. I would like to share my thought on the book. The hardback version is 518 pages long, so it proves to be a lengthy good read. It is mostly fiction, however, many […]

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The continuous learning process…

So, you’ve finished school, you’re working, you probably have been doing so for a few (or too many) years. Then one day you stumble on a math equation you saw at High School (Tertiary¬†School if you are British) and you can’t remember where to start solving it. Then someone mentions something about Genghis Khan and […]

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