There are a number of ways of measuring, defining and describing poverty. You have absolute poverty, relative poverty, cyclical poverty, collective poverty and more. It turns out that there’s a whole load of ways to be poor. I don’t normally consider myself poor. I drive a Mazda, not a Mercedes. I live in a flat, … Continue reading Poverty

Apple English

There are plenty of variations of the English language. Differing dialects abound not just around the world, but sometimes across the street. British English and American English are the two most famous brands. There’s the Queens English, BBC English, Spanglish and more. But I think there’s a new, modern take on this theme. Apple English. … Continue reading Apple English