Words have power. They shape our reality and allow us to think in different ways. We should be careful about suppressing them.
Always afraid of the grammar Nazi that might be waiting just around the corner? There’s no need to fear them. They only have the power you give.
Who’s watching and listening to you and why. This video from Privacy International does some explaining.
Ask a vague question . . .
From TedED. Not much to say except I think I’m going to sit down and do ten minutes sight-reading every day.
So what are primary colours? And why are we still using a model that has been shown to be imprecise? Received ‘knowledge’ strikes again, methinks.