Author Archives: Miljenko Williams

About Miljenko Williams

I spent five years of my life in Oxford, another couple of decades in Chester, sixteen years in Spain and became a Cestrian once more in 2003. I have been a language trainer and teacher and am fascinated by our ability as a species to learn from each other and be more together than we are as individuals. I used to define myself as a libertarian but now think inquisitive much more appropriate. I blog at www.21stCenturyFix.org on a range of subjects - mainly related to politics and the implications on society of technological development.

No 8: The broadening inkblot: Self-improvement for people who read newspapers (and blogs…)

Tweet If you’re reading this, you’re probably a regular lurker around the blogosphere and the longer, cleverer articles on media websites. You may even go further than that and comment occasionally, “Digg”, share or “like” postings on Facebook. And if … Continue reading

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