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The Perils of Social Networking or How I Spent My New Year

Tweet  My lovely Trying God’s Patience Facebook page was hacked on New Year’s Eve, along with Title Wave and the collaborative page I share with 100 or so other Facebook pages: The Golden Rule. Needless to say, we’re working on it.  You may be surprised to hear that we have pretty much laughed our way through…

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Dedicated to the Ones I Love

Tweet Traipsing around the United States meeting twenty inspirational women, each with an incredible story… well, there’s nothing better really.  We ate, we drank, we talked, we laughed, we hung out, we inspired, and then we did it all over again.  So here’s to all of you – thank you from the bottom of my…

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You must learn how to criticise properly

TweetToo many people do not criticise well.  Now, don’t start saying “well, we shouldn’t criticise at all” – totally, we should criticise!  But there’s a way to do it properly.  (Yes, there is an ‘s’ in criticise.) First Rule – never criticise the person.  I don’t even care if it’s Hitler, let alone Newt Gingrich…

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What’s totally real about social networks…

TweetWe’ve all seen Matrix, and probably Avatar, maybe Surrogates (2009, w Bruce Willis), and no doubt other films where the movie’s characters inhabit either a real or an unreal world via another self: an ‘avatar’, a surrogate, or a computer programme. Most of us today inhabit some kind of on-line world at least a part…

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A Facebook page owner’s day

TweetI started my first facebook page, Trying God’s Patience, at the end of October 2011, and as at the end of 2012 it had near-on 75,000 followers. It started more-or-less as an experiment, but with every new comment from its readers, it took on its own life. – Every day, someone says “that was just what…

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