Monthly Archives: October 2012

Is that a challenge?

I have gained so much from weekly blog club, from Janet and other bloggers who have shown me the ropes, I wanted to use my turn at the helm to say thanks. > Thanks to you all. So, some 6

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Lance Armstrong – A False Hero

Not heard from her for ages and then two most welcome posts in a week from Hannah Chia AKA The Sporting Wag. This second post is about the demise of a once respected sporting legend. Lance Armstrong – A false hero

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Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers

Janet shares a couple of infogram/graphics that she found recently that compares the two socmed platforms. Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers by Janet Harkin

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End of Life Care Pathway – Giving the time to Choose What Matters

This post explains the purpose of End of Life Care registers End of Life Care Pathway – Giving the Time to Choose What Matters by Karen Jones posted by Martin Brunet via The Binscombe Doctor Blog

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Viva la vida! or Why I want you to get lost

Ben takes time to think about the times and places we need to go to get away from it all and zone in. Viva la vida! or Why I want you to get lost by Benji W

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A Christmas Carol

Carol looks forward to singing practice and rehearsals for the many concerts she will be involved in this Christmas. A Christmas Carol by Carol Woolley

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Thanks for coming

This post from Andrew Jacobs needs to be read after reading his previous post. Link on the blog. It’s a cryptic look at learning experiences. Thanks for coming by Andrew Jacobs

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