The Long and Winding Road : Humans not machines

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Humans not machines

 

As some of you may know, maybe because you have read my bio , I am originally an educationalist. My subject area is the brain and how people learn skills and develop the ability to function independently. I still spend time in schools helping staff understand what happens in the brain as children grow, it’s a cool aspect to my work which has brought much enjoyment over the years.

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The Long and Winding Road : ‘How to polish your table’

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How to polish a your table

 

There are two truths in this world, two that I can attest to anyway. The first is this, ‘raising children is like nailing a poached egg to a tree…’ and ‘there is no such thing as an overnight success’.

I won’t go into my theories of rearing children. This is my first attempt and like most people, I will make a half decent job of it and ...

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The Long and Winding Road : Two big thumbs, one sore neck

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Two big thumbs, one sore neck

Twenty five years ago the world was first introduced to the Nintendo Game Boy, up until then a ‘game boy’ was quite another matter! Since then we have seen the steady tidal wave of handheld devices entertaining us and serving us as we go on our way. One characteristic of these marvels of technology is the need to be almost unaware of the ...

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Are Podcasts the New Video Content?

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Microphone“Has podcasting gone the way of audio cassettes, walkmans, and other obsolete ways to consume content? The answer appears to be a resounding no. In fact, podcasting appears to have usurped the roles of infographics and video among industry discussions of multi-media branded content. I was among the 1,100 attendees at the recent Social Media Marketing World 2013 convention, and podcasting proved to be one of the most-discussed topics at the event.

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