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I’ve been really happy lately, or at least trying to be. I know myself and what I want now, and I’m no longer floundering useless or escaping reality. 665 more words

Gallery Visit : Horsebridge Whitstable : May'15

Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre, Whitstable

Post Nude 2015

This is a bi-annual exhibition.  There is an open call to artists to submit a handful of postcards which must be sent through the postal system and have as subject the “Nude”, hence the title PostNude. 273 more words

Research & Reflections (folder)

Dias Museum

“When was the last time you did something for the first time”

I saw this quote the other day and thought about it… how real, how true?

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Yesterday's visit to Lisa went well

Greetings, readers, and happy Thursday. I wanted to follow up on yesterday’s hospital visit to my friend, while the events were fresh in my mind. I arrived at the hospital around 3:45 in the afternoon, but I had to stay in a waiting area while technicians put in a fresh I.V. 384 more words


Lies, damned lies, and aggregated statistics. Google Analytics Overview reports explained including why you shouldn't use them

Strong title I know, but its got your attention.

For clarity, Google Analytics doesn’t lie, what does is those people using the data who are either misinformed or aren’t getting the most out of GA…read on if that’s you! 926 more words


Friday 26th June 2015

Instead of our normal meeting at 1 pm in the Training Centre
we have been invited to visit Lorraine Rudd’s garden in Cwmgwrach.

Lorraine has a beautiful garden with stunning views over the Neath Valley. 81 more words


A tale of two campuses

Previously, I wrote that I was going to explain what happened when the Cambridge trainees visited us here at ARU. For those of you who have been on tenterhooks ever since (don’t be shy, I know there are loads of you), here’s the honest truth – I forgot ever writing that, and by the time I remembered Eleanor, the Cambridge trainee whose library we visited in April, had written such a concise and accurate… 1,126 more words

Graduate Trainee