Archive for May 2002
Larry Welkowitz has some interesting things to say on Autism, Asperger’s and Geekdom…
I think I may need to turn to Gary Turner’s Insure-a-blog service… Here at Insure-a-blog our team of crack (addicted) ghostwriters are at your disposal, ready to fill that inevitable of all inevitables, the day when you have nothing worthwhile to say on your weblog. Perish the thought that such an horrific thing could ever [...]
Unusually, the London cell had an event only a week after the previous one. This time we were treated to two hours of Adrian Gilpin talking about the basics of his “Soulpower” approach to developing people’s full potential. Adrian makes no bones about the fact that his approach is derived from a wide range of [...]
Last night went (for the first time) to a meeting of the London “cell” of FastCompany‘s Company of Friends. The meeting was attended by about 40 and was organised around a workshop on “Storytelling In Business” led by Tony Quinlan from Narrate Consulting. Excellent evening, both for the workshop and the networking / conversations before [...]
Spent this weekend in the town where I grew up. Catching up with my mother & sister, also spending some time with my kids, who were there wth my ex-wife. I took the kids to the local playground – where I too played at their age. Although some things have changed there is much as [...]
Scobleizer has this to say today: Is weblogging all about the traffic? [...]If all you measure is traffic aimed at your head, then you’ve gone astray. [...] To me, it’s “what can I learn by visiting you?” Do you entertain? Teach? Inspire? [...]I’d like to measure my weblogging success some other way.
Not been near the blog for a while – been catching up on reading, been out on my bike, playing with Python and generally haven’t felt like posting…. However did notice that the Guardian has an interview with Rageboy – “Rebel without a Pause”