excellence vs childhood
In a letter sent to Harford, parent raised a series of questions in reference to their child’s omnipotence. They were curious to know which way should encourage their son to go.
At the same time, they expressed their concern about the lost of his childhood while turning him into an all-round super kid.
Harford’s article this week evolved around the rehabilitation of terrorists. one of the possible incentive raised in the article was the positioning of the subject to the joys and responsibilities of parenthood….
Last week, following the confrontations between Israelis and Palestinians on temple mount, Yair wrote about his experience while visiting the underground labyrinths excavated at the heart of the temple mount in Jerusalem.
He was accompanied by the rabbi of the Kotel and shared with the readers his encounter with the historical layers upon which both the Mosques and the Kotel reside.
Re-integration of handicapped staff.
This one was commissioned for Vigilance magazine, for EDF, france.
The article dealt with the company’s policy for the reintegration of staff, who’s health circumstances require special needs in order for them to find their place again within the organisation.
These are some of the illustrations, born between Sunday night and this afternoon.
so, I thought I’d put them out there in the cloud, so I can see them, and so can you.
The influential powers of friends
This one was for an article, dealing with the power of our peers. the way the herd dictate our deeds without necessarily having our consent…
Layout-The influential powers of friends
And this on’s is Harford’s, Writing about the phenomena of Swoopo.
One more illustration that left my desk today, dealt with the need of TV channels and presenter, satisfying their need to fill airtime with content. The solution: ‘ experts’ of all kind, happily share their knowledge with the public while serving their secret vested interests.
Bogus tv experts
That’s all for today, folks!
As they gather mega bites on my hard disc, I thought it was time to share.
So here are some illustrations from Tim Harford’s recent
Articles for the FT, published and illustrated in G magazine in Israel.
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