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Found poetry, procrastination and top tweeting

A great post this week from Karen Hart who continues with her quest to perfect procrastination. Instead of editing her work in progress Karen instead spends time constructing poetry by adding punctuation and spacing to found text, which we cant

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Posted in literature, poetry, setting goals, storytelling, working practices

There is no I in Community

A very interesting post this week from Peter Olding as he updates us about a project he’s been working on which highlights historic and ancient churches of Great Britain. Peter has realised that building a website is not enough for this project

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Posted in communities, cultural heritage, data, historic buildings and sites, maps, Religion

Jings, crivvens and help my blog!

There’s a very interesting debate taking place on the Ayrshire Health Blog on the value of blogging. This week we have Roger Watson who replies to comments made previously that there is little value in blogging. Roger argues that blogging is

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Posted in blogging, communicating, health, health services, leadership, social media

Cake, Glorious Cake

Kelly Quigley-Hicks attended Comms Camp 14 recently and like many attendees helped raise lots of lovely money for charity by baking and eating cake. In this post Kelly shares with us a storify of some of the amazing cakes baked, some

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Posted in cake/caek, communicating, communities, conferences, cooking, food, internal communications, photography, public relations, public relations, unconferences

Urban walk June 2014

I really enjoy the Urban Walk posts from Janet Davis. Not only does Janet share with us some of the wonderful images she has captured but she also encourages us all to look at everyday sights differently, and to discover the interesting

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Posted in animals, communities, natural environment, photography, public spaces, walking

Something old, something new

It’s been a while since we had a blog from Scottish Health Monthly so we were very pleased to see them return this week with a summary of health related posts captured during June. This post highlights blogs from an

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Posted in conferences, health, health services, leadership, medical practice, mental health, patient care, setting goals, therapy, working practices

Birthdays, Values, Art and 1984

It would seem that you have all been out enjoying the fine weather this week and simply haven’t had the time to blog, or you might have heard that it was me Kate Bentham in as your rubbish host and

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Posted in cake/caek, childcare, communicating, communities, conferences, cultural heritage, culture, family, health, health services, leadership, literature, museums, patient care, setting goals, special events, Uncategorized, visual arts, working practices
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