Bouncing, a nun, squeezing pips, and more!

I have tried an audio summary (for the first time) of the Week 30 posts. Apologies for the rather stilted, self-conscious delivery!

Bouncing, a nun, squeezing pips, and more!

Thanks very much to Louise Brown for helping me by doing the list of the Week 30 posts, and for covering Week 31.

Normal service should be resumed soon.

Janet

Janet E Davis

Summary of Week 30 posts

  1. The magical world of podcasts by Dyfrig Williams on the Good Practice Exchange blog.
  2. Dudley Council social media use celebrated in White Paper by Lorna Prescott
  3. Why I write by Karl Green
  4. Using historic images in social media by Matt Murray
  5. You are the message by Ross Wigham
  6. Bouncing back by Billy McClean for Ayreshire Health
  7. A peek around the path labs by Kathryn Graham
  8. Nun in garden by Richard Overy
  9. Turning Social Media ON in NHS Wales by Joseph Conaghan
  10. Continuous Improvement – why it matters to Squeeze the Pips, Release Trojan Mice and Win Small by Chris Bolton
  11. A garden of words by Janet E Davis
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Weekly Blog Club was set up in early January 2012 to encourage people to blog regularly, and especially to encourage those working in and with the public sector, charities and voluntary organisations in the UK to find their own 'voice' through writing.

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3 comments on “Bouncing, a nun, squeezing pips, and more!
  1. Don’t know what you mean about needing more practice on the podcasting – stirling work! Great stuff Janet, really enjoyed the audio version of the summary.

    – Dyfrig

  2. dtbarron says:

    Excellent summary, very nicely presented Janet.

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