I doubt that anyone has noticed, but I haven't been online quite as much today. There are a few reasons for that. I was having another batch of trying to get things done; it was swimming lesson day; I tried to say more yesses than nos to questions like will you read this and play with me. Also, … [Read more...] about Cutting down on screens.
Starting a business twitter account has been quite an eye opener. I never actually tried to build a network on twitter, it frequently surprises me how many people are signed up to listen to my ramblings. So having to go out there and be interesting on purpose bewilders me slightly. I know what I … [Read more...] about Mixing business and pleasure while keeping it real.
Browsing twitter the other evening, as I oh so occasionally do, I was surprised to see someone saying something along the lines of self service checkouts being a boon as they cut down on yellow sticker shame. (I'm sorry, I don't remember who it was, and I'm assuming they'd rather not be credited ;) … [Read more...] about Yellow stickers of shame.
I've just, courtesy of twitter, come across the latest words of wisdom from a politician on reading. The headline is All children should read Harry Potter books by 11, says minister The actual quote is “By the end of primary school, all children should be able to read and enjoy books like … [Read more...] about Book related rant – is Harry Potter really all that?
At the recent Mums On the Go with Three event several ppl asked about twitter and said they were slightly scared of it. I found that bewildering, but on further discussion it appeared they were afraid of transgressing against unwritten rules of etiquette. Most of us assured them that there are no … [Read more...] about Are there really no dos and don'ts on twitter?