How far do we have to go to remove all traces of our previous indiscretions?
No, not that sort. Actual baggage. Bags.
Sometimes, you have to go back to basics.
I was thinking of writing a blog post about a postcard I received yesterday from a friend on holiday, and how much more lovely & personal it is than having to look at blanket Facebook updates from other holidaying friends. But I guess this tweet will suffice 😉
— Gary Taylor (@GaryTaylor67) April 5, 2018
My thoughts on this year’s findings.
Virgin Media’s Quickstart process is missing a few steps…
Actually it will do no such thing, but it’s the lack of thought that counts.
My new home, but with some unboxing to do.
(You can tell it’s Sheffield because of the tram.)
Or, why are IT people so crap at communicating?
I’m thinking of thinking of calling her right
after my afternoon nap.
I’m thinking of thinking of sending her flowers,
right after Bonnie gets back.
So many fishies left in the sea,
so many fishies – but no-one for me…
I’m thinking of thinking of hooking a love,
soon after supper is done.
G’Kar, Babylon 5 (Parliament of Dreams)
‘Tis the season when CIPR region and sector groups look for new Committee members. Want to help?
Is it time for a rebrand, I wonder?
I’d probably do much more if I didn’t have to work for a living…
What happens to organisations when long-serving employees step down?
Sometimes, things should just work. When it comes to calendaring, they often don’t.