Dominik Lukeš's blog
In this one-hour webinar organised via Dyslexia Action, Dominik Lukes
will try to dispel some common myths about language and how people
learn it. Some of these myths are: children are better at language
learning than adults, some languages are harder to learn than others
and few English speakers are bilingual.
You will be able to ask questions during the session.
This is the first in a projected series of regular online Open Lectures (webinars). You can read more about webinars here.
I finally upgraded the site to Drupal 6 (many modules are still rough around the edges but enough for a small site like mine) and a new theme. I've also integrated lots more content here. Hopefully, it will make things better all around but at the very least it gave me a fun holiday project to work on.
This is an audio of an interview I and Stash Kirkbride did today on Future Radio 96.9FM in Norwich with the philosopher and Norwich city councilor for the Green Party Rupert Read about his new book Philosophy for life. It will also appear on Future Radio's podcast list. It was a part of the Community Chest programme usually hosted by Tim MacWilliam. Aside from being embedded below via DivShare, it is also available for download on Archive.org. See more of Rupert Read's thoughts on his blog at http://rupertsread.blogspot.com.
Here's a You Tube version of my People's Playlist that was broadcast on Future Radio 96.9 FM in Norwich on Sunday 23 Sept, 2-3pm. On each page, I put a few YouTube clips of either the song itself or some songs similar or otherwise related to it. On some pages, I put additional material that simply didn't fit in the programme. Like this beautiful bass solo by Victor Wooten: