Why Don’t We Know Anything About the World?

  Sitting in a cafe with a couple of girlfriends one hot afternoon, our conversation turned to travel. We compared backpacking experiences, related funny stories and offered one another a glimpse into foreign cultures. Each of us encouraged the others to tell us more, to share more. We were all fascinated by these unique insights

Spectrums of Play; Kids Today

I can’t be the only person who feels uncomfortable when viewing a two year old expertly swiping some screen; to be engrossed in a game on an iPad, to demand electrical devices then casually begin to operate them in a disturbingly familiar fashion. Childhood play is moving, alarmingly quickly, into the technological sphere; all schools