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The Kinks All Day & All Of The Night
The Kinks - The Definitive Collection, Polygram Tv, 23
Manic Street Preachers Show Me The Wonder
(CD Single), Columbia, 1
Fantastic 80's Disc 2 (Various Artis, Columbia, 3
Sly & The Family Stone Family Affair
Shades Of Soul (Various Artists), Global Television
Kate Bush Running Up That Hill
Kate Bush - The Whole Story, EMI
Michael Jackson Black Or White
(CD Single), Epic
Pet Shop Boys Love Is A Bourgeois Construct
Electric, x2, 1
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Learning To Fly
(CD Single), MCA
David Essex Gonna Make You A Star
70's Number Ones Vol 3, Old Gold
Glenn Miller Chatanooga Choo Choo
(CD Single), Nettwerk Music Group, 1
Lenny Kravitz Fly Away
21st Century Rock (Various Artists), Virgin
The Bangles A Hazy Shade Of Winter
Bangles Greatest Hits, CBS
Van Halen Jump
The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ..., Columbia
Earth, Wind & Fire My Promise
(CD Single), Legacy, 1
Will Young Jealousy
Echoes, RCA, 1
Michael Bublé Everything
(CD Single), Reprise
Gnarls Barkley Crazy
(CD Single), Warner Bros
KC and The Sunshine Band Boogie Shoes
Very Best Of KC & The Sunshine Band, Chrysalis
Olly Murs Right Place, Right Time
(CD Single), Epic, 1
R.E.M. Shiny Happy People
The Greatest Hits Of 1991 (Various), Telstar
The Who My Generation
The Who - Who's Better, Who's Next, Polydor
Train Drive By
(CD Single), Columbia, 12
Jamie Cullum You're Not The Only One
(CD Single), Island
Wet Wet Wet Sweet Little Mystery
Wet Wet Wet - Greatest Hits & More, Precious Organisation
Gallagher & Lyle I Wanna Stay With You
Gallagher & Lyle - Breakaway, River Records
Jamiroquai Virtual Insanity
Walk On - Hits From The Last 2 Decade, Columbia
Wings Listen To What The Man Said
Paul McCartney - All The Best!, Parlophone
Gavin DeGraw Best I Ever Had
(CD Single), RCA
Robbie Williams Tripping
(CD Single), Chrysalis
Patrick Juvet I Love America
25 Years of Rock 'n' Roll 1979, Connoisseur Collection
(CD Single), Columbia
Boy Meets Girl Waiting For A Star To Fall
The All Time Greatest Movie Songs, Columbia/Sony Tv
Katrina and the Waves Walking On Sunshine
The Best Summer Ever (Various Artist, Virgin
Avicii Wake Me Up
Now That's What I Call Music! 86 (Various Artists), Now, 1
Everything but the Girl Missing (Remix)
Passion (Various Artists), Universal
a-ha Foot Of The Mountain
(CD Single), Universal, 3
Pause for Thought
From Sarah Joseph, Editor of a Muslim lifestyle magazine.
Today is Google's 15th birthday.
I spend huge amounts of time on the web, and search facilities are so important to me. My husband introduced me to the world of search when I was working on a research project. It was an extraordinary moment of discovery. The world opened up. As long as you could put in the right search term you could find out almost anything.
And I love finding out things. My brain hosts a whole heap of random facts.
Yet despite my enthusiasm I am not sure such easy access to information is always such a good thing.
When you acquire knowledge there is a certain responsibility that comes with it.
One must use it - otherwise one is no more than the proverbial donkey with books. The donkey carries books on his back, but as he does not do anything with the knowledge within them they are no more than a heavy burden.
Knowledge must be used wisely-which means that one must be wise. In the past, given the slow and often arduous task of accumulating knowledge, wisdom was often learned alongside, or imparted to us by a mentor. Now however, we can find out what we like, when we like, in so many different ways, whether we have the emotional, intellectual or moral capacity to deal with that knowledge, or not.
And perhaps easy knowledge, like easy money, is not fully appreciated. Do we value that which we have not striven and struggled for?
The modern world has given us all extraordinary powers-powers that even an hundred years ago would have seemed God like: to fly, to travel faster than the speed of sound, to have instant access to information.
Our challenge is to wield such powers with the goodness and dignity that the human spirit demands, and to remember as Jesus reminds, "To whom much has been given, much will be expected."
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