Here are some reflections I wrote last summer on time, change and hope. Click here to read this collection in Wattpad. Advertisements Continue reading Summer Postcards
A long time ago I heard a comment that froze me to the marrow. It came from a neighbour after the deaths of family members in a car accident. She said – we have had so many good times together that now we must pay for them. The implication was that there was some celestial bank book of happiness and misery. Have too much of … Continue reading The Place of Love
Having a look at my Flickr photo sharing statistics recently had a few surprises for me. Because the pictures that have a great audience early on often fade into obscurity. Instead, its the slow seller with a few looks a week that seems to build and build into an evergreen product. And when you analyse their appeal, usually the are an ordinary photo of an … Continue reading Soaring Ideas Sell!
The problem with education these days is that it costs so much. Or so I thought until a few days ago. It was then I came across a free online resource from the Open University. Now, since its foundation in the 60’s, the OU has been one of the jewels in the British higher education. Because, established as it was to serve the era of … Continue reading An education you can’t refuse
Victor Meldrew’s catchphrase came straight through my lips. I don’t believe it! For I had just received a huge shock when I was looking at the templates that came with my new website authoring software. because when I just happened to click on a ‘Contact us’ page at random, there was my cousin’s company’s details. Surely not – he lives hundreds of miles away and … Continue reading Breathtaking Coincidence or…
Reading Todd Stauffer’s book ‘Web 2.0 Blog’ – now I know what I have been doing wrong! However blogging about blogging seems dangerously recursive; a bit lining two mirrors up and hoping not fall into the space they create. I shall therefore risk it no mor……. Continue reading Blog on learning to blog!