Ha… and why only one subject…. I teach history, media studies and digital living/literacy… at Universities of Winchester and Durham, and on a consultancy basis elsewhere!
Look out for http://bigbible.org.uk ‘The Big Read 2011’ starting today!
“Plinky makes it easy for you to create inspired content. Every day we provide a prompt (i.e. a question or challenge) and you answer. We make it simple to add rich media and share your answers on Facebook, Twitter and blogs.”
I sometimes use the prompts on my site to add content to my personal blog.
In many ways it’s easy to apologise when I know I’m wrong, because then at least I do know why I’m apologising, but many times, it takes a while to work up to saying I’m sorry!! It depends on how badly I think I’m wrong, and how badly I think I might have hurt someone else’s feelings in the process..
Built using Google Blogger. Still experimenting with new widgets, as I combine using this software with Google Blogger.
I used those precise words when I sent an email to my Mum the other day. My plan on coming back to Winchester was to get enough work to see me through to June… job done, but although I’d had lots of conversations, I didn’t have anything concrete for my next stage – enough work to see me through until October. I was then offered 2 pieces of work which, if I’m careful, will at least keep me that long, and there’s other conversations in the pipeline!
I think that deserves a big WOO-HOO of celebration!
Well, if it’s an interview, clearly it’s going to be a nice pinstripe suit, with lots of RED, nice powerful and confident read… all nicely cleaned and pressed. Always looking for the ideal pair of shoes to go with… bit of a heel for confidence, but not so high that you end up walking like you have blisters all over your feet (which is of course quite possible!).
If I’m going out for the night, quite possibly something similar – maybe less pinstripes, but a nice bright red top, or sometimes purple, or bright green (I don’t really DO pastels)… anything to brighten up the evening… similar dilemma in the shoes – particularly if there’s not a lot of money in the kitty for taxis!
No need to edit the default title!
Italian: pasta, pizza, gelato all with in many different (and delicious) flavourings… what more could you want! Well, maybe to find the real cuisine rather than whatever I could afford for 2-3 Euro last summer: http://www.travelblog.org/Europe/Italy/Veneto/Venice/blog-330501.html