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Writing Quote Tuesday

This week’s quote is from Paulo Coelho:

“Writing means sharing. It’s part of the human condition to want to share things–thoughts, ideas, opinions.”

Paulo Coelho…

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Writing Quote Tuesday


Pinch Punch First of the Month. Happy February everyone! Let’s use February to celebrate everything to do with local gov websites and digital.

I’m Karen and I work at Gravesham Council as the Digital Officer and as part of our website project and also to aid my own learning we want to call on local gov digital people everywhere to find out what tip or tips you’d share with us and everyone else to help do digital in a local authority. 173 more words


Calling all Campden residents: come and have a conversation

Campden residents are invited to share their ideas about how to improve their local neighbourhood at the Town Hall on Wednesday February 11.

The evening of conversations and practical exercises will be designed to get residents to learn how they can affect positive change in their area, by taking the lead in projects and ideas, through City Living, Local Life, volunteering or through a resident association. 59 more words


Pick of the Digital Blogs

Blogging isn’t new, but blogging in a local gov environment, for me, is relatively new. And even more so is blogging about digital in local gov. 338 more words

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Shoutout to that one person who follows this blog XD

Anyway, I pretty much have no idea what I’m doing with this blog,but I was thinking about turning it into a sort of hangout for aspiring writers. 36 more words

Take time to prepare before dealing with a stranger

Dealing with people is not a cup of tea.

Moreover, dealing with the unknown, a stranger is far unimaginable. It is out of thinking – how to proceed the communication and sale our ideas. 135 more words

A shift into "Learning" (September)

But why is this disruptive? It used to be the “taken for granted!”-

I wrote that question with trepidation, I know that suggesting info- graphics are less powerful than they have been given credit for is almost educational blasphemy. 120 more words

Experiential Knowledge- Practical Experience