Had to take this shot when I went round my mum’s earlier today – a frost-covered spider’s web on her front gate.
You’re never too old to learn something new – and I learned a lot during 2016.
Please tick the box that best approximates… even if none applies.
PR, marketing, communications: are we getting too hung up on terminology?
The CIPR National Conference is back, with a post-Brexit bang.
How modern technology makes it harder to protect ourselves from fraudsters.
Digital media shouldn’t mean we stop making permanent records.
Thoughts on the right, wrong and most-timely ways to let an applicant down.
I took the plunge, registered tggr.uk and set it up as a personal short URL service. Easy to set up and all seems to be working so far.
I probably wouldn’t be so bothered were I not a Chartered Librarian… although knowing me I probably would still be.
No service? High fares? That’ll be 30 years of deregulation.
Around 14 years and four months after my first visit, my time with 59 (Huddersfield) Squadron is at an end. Sort of.
Finding and registering the right domain name for yourself, you site or business is not as easy as it should be, thanks to some very odd rules.
A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes all the difference.
It isn’t much good having anything exciting, if you can’t share it with somebody.
Happy birthday, Winnie-the-Pooh.
A response to a post on Influence.
It’s taken me some time, but I’ve have been having a clear out. But what I really need is a modern email program.
* It would have been hours, but I gave up after 30 minutes, I’m not getting any younger. Why should embedding off-site content be so difficult?
On a cloudless, moonless night I gazed upwards and saw… well, not very much.