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An Alpha-Worthy Blah-g

Hi friends. I’m on a kick to answer more of your writing questions this week. The lovely Alicia Rivera has asked for some tips on blah-ging. 607 more words

Writing Process

The Bush: Travel to the heart of Australia with Don Watson

Don Watson sends us meandering through The Bush in a thoroughly entertaining and delightful way, delving into its history, its place in the Australian psyche, and the people who shaped it. 399 more words


"Businesses need to realize that they need to market themselves to their existing employees far more than to prospective new ones"

Ahead of Future of Work Summit, we caught up with Peter Armstrong and Len Epp, co-founders of Dashcube, Innovation Sponsor of the event. In a fascinating, in-depth discussion, they explore their perspectives on the future workplace and technology, and their experience to date. 1,588 more words

Enterprise Mobility

Interview with David

Hey all! Yesterday I was lucky enough to be featured as David’s first blogger interview over at David’s Blogging Tips. He asked a few questions, I answered a few questions — you know the drill. 157 more words


Experimenting with new technology, stretching the limits of what is possible, developing solutions

Martin Sadler is the Head of IT and Shared Services at Walsall Council. He has led the IT service for 7 years and delivered significant technical projects and cultural change; prior to that he worked for Fujitsu Services in the Retail and Financial services. 745 more words

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Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before...

Remember back in March 2013 when I started writing about the new Bay Bridge? The news media were full of stories about bolts in the seismic stability system breaking. 525 more words


Proust Questionnaire (via hubilicious)

I found this while scrolling through my reader. hubilicious gives us a little insight and then decides to answer the questions for herself. You should definitely give her some love before you continue here — sharing is caring, after all. 315 more words