Get your eggs out everybody and start tossing! Today is Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday. It’s the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. The date on which Pancake Day falls depends on when Easter comes, which in turn depends on the cycles of the moon. Pancake Day is also known […]
Facebook recently acquired popular messaging service WhatsApp for $19bn (£12bn), nearly 20 times what it paid for Instagram in 2012. You now not only have to worry about your privacy on the number one social media network, but also the world’s biggest messaging service. But unlike Facebook, WhatsApp is straightforward and works well on a […]
The plane was taking off. The tears were ﬂowing down my face. I looked through the window out at Bulgaria passing away; I was trying to memorise every minute detail that my eyes could see, because knew I wouldn’t be back for another year. It wasn’t long after the plane was in the air that […]
My name is Max. I’m 17 and I am on the autistic spectrum. Often people refer to me as simply ‘autistic’. That in the world there is all autistic people are the same, and very much different from other humans who are not autistic. But that is too simple a way of looking at it. […]
“Siri, on average how often do people use their iPhones?” Siri can’t answer this question but I can. As reported recently by The Daily Mail, we check our mobile phones 110 times a day. What’s more, Ofcom have reported that half of Britain’s teenagers today own an iPhone and 60% of them would consider themselves […]
An article in the Guardian, March 2013 stated, ‘Almost half of young people say they’ve been bullied at some point in their school lives.’ I was one of those people. ‘Worthless’. ‘Ugly’. These words have stabbed my heart hundreds of times. The name-calling made me feel as worthless as a piece of dust on a […]
But when the country, into which I had just set my foot, was set on fire about my ears, it was time to stir. It was time for every man to stir – Thomas Paine
Young people look up to adults as role models. Young people will do as adults ‘do’, not as adults ‘say’. Choose your actions wisely.
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