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Hubs, Health and Happy Shoes

Week 18? Already? Well I never. It’s true that time flies when you’re enjoying yourself and this week has flown by for me because I’ve been enjoying the 11 fabulous blogs submitted. I especially liked the blog post by Karen Hart

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Hampshire publishes Aerial Photography as open data (finally!)

Mark Braggins updates us on some exciting developments on the Hampshire Hub blog. After spending the summer of 2013 working with Blom Aerofilm capturing aerial photography of Hampshire, the high resolution imagery and data is now available as open data. The

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Love, love, love – and some leadership

All together now… It was Valentine’s Day the day after Weekly Blog Club’s Week 6 ended, and the posts of the week anticipated it with lots of love in the air. Mark Wood wrote about his love of photography that

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Getting personal, explaining dementia, and paper in art

We had 11 contributions for Week 5, with three themes emerging during the week: health issues, using social media in the public sector, and art. Gina Alexander returned to the  @dghealth (Dumfries and Galloway Health) blog with Take a deep breath. I was

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My year in pictures

Carol Woolley shares some of the highlights and memorable events of her year through pictures, including music, the Olympics and Diamond Jubilee and her family. My year in pictures by Carol Woolley.

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Picturing the everyday and questioning

Pictures, social technology, questions and questioning featured quite a lot in this week’s posts. The [entirely optional] theme for Week 48 was My Day in 10 Pics (or #mydayin10pics). Janet Harkin had initiated this theme, and we had a few

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Welly wet weather in Wolverley

Carol Woolley shares pictures of the effects of all that rain earlier this week on the landscape around her. Welly wet weather in Wolverley by Carol Woolley.

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