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Content analysis: An introduction

By Gordon Rugg

I have very mixed feelings about content analysis. At its best, it gives you a new understanding of the world around you. At its worst, which I see all too often, it’s little more than an attempt to salvage mangled fragments of something useful from the wreckage of a questionnaire perpetrated by some sinner who deserves to be locked in a cell for a while with the assorted works of Barbara Cartland being read aloud over the intercom. 3,627 more words

Useful Concepts

Rafters, Ridgebeams & Gussets

The framing of Arborion continues this week as we focus on the roof members.

Routing gussets

Laminated birch plywood main ridgebeam

Routing rafters

Stay tuned…construction to follow.. 86 more words

Tiny Home: Arborion

Working at Brighton's Prestigious Photo Lab Colourstream

My job at Colourstream has probably been my most varied. I have always had an interest in Photography – as you well know! So to get a job where they keep film photography alive meant a lot to me. 183 more words


Another exhibition framed & ready for opening night! Niall Naessens @ Graphic Studio Gallery

It’s been lovely to have such wonderful art work in the workshop lately. We’ve just finished framing a collection of etchings and drawings by artist… 54 more words


Niall Naessens exhibition at Graphic Studio Gallery

I’m really looking forward to an exhibition by the very talented Niall Naessens opening at the Graphic Studio Gallery in Dublin next Thursday. I had the privilege of learning the art of etching from Niall and it was an honor to be asked to frame this beautiful collection of new work. 34 more words



Eka Firmansyah – Lecturer of Gajahmada University

February 26, 2015

Saya bersyukur diijinkan mengajar di sekolah yang isinya anak-anak cerdas. Ibarat mobil, saya ini diberi mobil Mercedez. 569 more words