Monthly Archives: March 2014

In Praise of FiveFinger Shoes

We evolved from monkeys. We are designed to use our toes for climbing, walking, and perhaps even for holding things such as tools. Our feet and toes can be dextrous like our hands and fingers, if we give them a … Continue reading

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Loving Colour

I know people who dismiss art works out of hand. They say things like ‘but I could do that!’ or ‘it’s just colours’, or ‘why is that any good?’.  I walked with someone through an art shop yesterday, for example. … Continue reading

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F1 – Why Double Points For The Final Race is a Terrible Idea

Formula One is introducing double points for the final race this year, 2014. The idea is that if one driver, such as Sebastian Vettel, dominates the championship, as he has done for the last 4 years, there is now more … Continue reading

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