Phil Jewitt considers the fine line between being a critical friend and being a critic, between making a point emphatically and making it aggressively; about the delicate art of managing expectations, and agreeing on an ambition. Ambition for better by Phil…
Do you know your chiffchaffs from your willow warblers, just by sight? Lorna Prescott considers what creative collaborative activity is, and what it is not with examples of the small differences between two pot luck dinners. Subtle differences: how to…
Gina Alexander considers what has been written in the aftermath of the publication of the Mid Staffs NHS Foundation Trust public enquiry, and gathers together some articles that consider compassionate care. She asks how to ensure a compassionate culture, and…
Chris Bolton has been hearing about a new website to support the town of Neath, and developing relationships with people. He shares this and the genius initiative by Neath Music shop: ‘Local Stars playing reasonably priced guitars.’ ‘People buy from…
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Dragons, drinking games, Hawaiian shirts, pitch invasion… It must be a rugby match, told in Hannah Chia’s inimitable style! ARFU West Asia Final: A Fan’s Perspective by Hannah Chia aka @SportingWag.
Ross Wigham reveals what a 5-year-old can do with an iPad when left unsupervised for a couple of minutes. He also considers the speed at which the shift to mobile and tablet devices to access the Web is happening, and…
Samuel-James Wilson does some light work repairing an old fireplace whilst recovering from straining his arms, and is interviewed about his time as an apprentice during National Apprentice Week. Fireplace and Interviews by Samuel-James Wilson.