Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 in review – the stats

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 11,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the

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The End of the First Year Edition

I shall start this summary at the beginning and the end of this year. Weekly Blog Club was created out of a humorous exchange between Dan Slee and Sarah Lay on Twitter. I am delighted that Sarah found time (she is a very busy

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Another year over…

The last post of Week 52 and of the first year of Weekly Blog Club is by the woman who wrote the first post to start it: Sarah Lay. She writes about the beginning of it all, and what she

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Meeting expectations – Ayrshirehealth reviewed by @dtbarron

Derek Barron looks back on the first six months of the Ayrshire Health blog, and considers the experience of leading a blog with many contributors in an environment in which social media was uncommon. Meeting expectations – Ayrshirehealth reviewed by Derek

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12 months of 2012 – a set on Flickr

  I have written lots of words over the year, so here are pictures instead about my last 12 months. 12 months of 2012 – a set on Flickr by Janet E Davis.

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New Years Resolution and some Festive Gifts. How to deal with the backlog of works email on the 2nd January…. | What’s the PONT

Chris Bolton has a very radical solution to the holiday work email backlog that goes way beyond sending an automated ‘out-of-office’ response to deter people from trying to communicate with you. New Years Resolution and some Festive Gifts. How to

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Best day of my life

I am so delighted that Peter Olding is sharing such a special picture with us in Week 52 of Weekly Blog Club. I am sure that everyone will join me in wishing Sue and Peter a wonderful, happy life together!

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