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How to survive in theatre part 2

An important addition to the last blog (see How to survive in theatre part 1): when considering what obstacles you have it is important to remember that YOU are never the obstacle. 484 more words


National Interpreting Framework agreement

Do you know about the new National Interpreting Framework agreement? UKCoD and NRCPD have known about this since May. This means the government wants one interpreting contract to cover the whole of the UK for deaf people. 17 more words


Blog post test #2 - A little better

This blog post has a header image (above), external links, paragraphs and section breaks. It is also:


Powerlinez Bouldering Compilations

In lieu of my post on Tuesday, here is a follow up and glimpse at my local crag: The Powerlinez. Located in Torne Valley, on the south tip of Harriman State Park in New York, it offers spectacular bouldering and a ton of roped up opportunities. 68 more words


Networking with the Gatekeepers (a poster presentation)

I had an abstract selected for the University of Manchester’s Postgraduate Research Conference Travelling Beyond: Academia’s Place in the Wider World. Sadly, due to unforeseen circumstances I was unable to attend, but the handbook had gone to print and they allowed me to show the poster anyway. 888 more words

The PhD Journey And Other Wafflings...

Big Island transfer station now open for lava viewing

The public now has a safe way to view the Puna lava flow up close.

Hawaii County Civil Defense opened public access to the Pahoa transfer station Wednesday morning, where visitors can see lava that has now cooled. 300 more words


365 Project - Day 350

Where we walk.

Another photo showing one of the places we walk. This shows the path across the fields at the top of the hill above Weston village. 102 more words

365 Project