JIM JORDAN: I think that there is a lot of potential that lies ahead of us as a civilisation.
If we want to get to the future, we have to understand how the future is.
I believe that we are on the verge of a paradigm shift, because I believe it’s going to be the greatest cultural revolution that we’ve ever seen.
So I think we’re in for a very interesting ride.
In terms of how we educate people, it is really interesting, because it really depends on the type of teacher.
I think in some ways it is more about teaching than it is about learning.
Teachers need to have a lot more confidence in their ability to do it.
The challenge is that the internet has changed everything.
And so what happens in the classroom, you don’t really know.
You just look online, but it’s a whole new world.
The internet has given people an opportunity to connect with each other.
It’s been fantastic, because people have become more confident in their communication skills.
We’ve been able to get the conversation going, so there is much more openness in terms of what people are talking about, and we’re learning more about the way that language works.
I do think that this is a great opportunity for us as individuals and the way we educate ourselves.
And there is also this great opportunity in terms the digital economy that is happening.
It gives us an opportunity for a new way of thinking about the world.
In a way, it’s the first time in history that we have an economy where you have people on the street doing all kinds of different things and that’s really exciting.
I am very excited about that.
There is a big push happening in China to transform our education system, and I think it’s really important.
I’m really excited about the opportunity for young people to engage with each others lives.
It is very exciting.
It opens up a lot new doors.
The fact that people are going online for free is fantastic.
It allows for people to explore and engage with what is happening in the world in new ways.
That is something that I would love to see happen.
There are many ways in which we are going to have to reinvent our way of being, and it’s an exciting time to be a young person.
JAMES LYONS: Are you sure about that?
It seems like you’ve been living it for so long.
Do you feel like you’re getting older?
JAMES LEONS: Oh yeah, I do, yeah, yes.
It takes time to get older.
I was in my twenties, and when I was younger I would have never thought I would be writing for a living.
But I have been doing this since I was a teenager, and have been a very successful writer for a number of years.
It really has been the best of times.
I feel very lucky to be in this position.
I really do.
JONATHAN COTTAM: You’re one of the most prolific writers in the country.
How did you get into this?
JONATAN COTTON: I am a writer and an artist and a storyteller, and this is my first opportunity to work in the commercial world.
I got into the film industry as a director, and was one of those directors who got into it with their own two feet.
I wrote the script for a movie called “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” and I wrote a screenplay for “Gone Girl,” which is now in the Oscar race.
And I got my first gig directing a TV show called “The Biggest Loser.”
It was an early audition for the show.
I had been working in a couple of TV series.
I also did some commercials and short films, and that really helped me get my feet under me.
I came to London, and worked with a couple other writers on a short film, and then I did a movie with David Mitchell, “The Long Goodbye,” which was a big success.
It was really a very long process, but I did it.
JIM LYON: What are some of your favourite films, in terms as to how they influence your writing?
JIM LEONS, Writer: I really love all the films that I’ve worked on.
The first movie that I ever wrote was “The Three Musketeers,” which I wrote for Robert Louis Stevenson, which I won the Golden Globe for, but which also had an enormous impact on me.
There were so many things that I remember reading about, I was just hooked on it.
I can’t think of any films that have really influenced my writing.
I love all my children’s books, I love some of my favourite children’s movies.
I like all my favourite cartoons.
I have two sons, but when they were young, I would always watch them and tell them stories about the films and movies that they liked.
They would look at me and