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A Bedlington Terrier, how to tell tales, and ethical issues

Thank you to all who contributed to the wonderful variety of posts in Week 49 of Weekly Blog Club. It was lovely to see the return of some people whom we hadn’t seen for a while. Over in Australia, Samuel-James

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A talking elk, a turtle, and powerful motivation

Having been without my computer during Week 37, I got it back, mended with a new hard drive and fresh Operating System, and then I had days of getting all the other software I need back onto it during Week

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Fun, fails, rewards, and social curry

Apologies for not writing individual blogs for each post contributed to Week 33, but I lacked time during the week and was keen to get this summary out on Sunday so we don’t fall behind during Week 34. Thanks very

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Changing Times with Prof Kate Pickett

Kate Pickett, Professor of Inequalities in Health at York University, epidemiologist and author, takes a thoughtful look at how society has changed over the last couple of decades, and how inequality affects our society as a whole. Changing Times by Professor Kate

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Hierarchies, cliques and Twitter rules

Derek Barron considers hierarchies and influence in social media and provokes interesting comments from others. Hierarchies, cliques and Twitter rules by Derek Barron.

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