Having been quoted in the Daily Express, I started to track the success of the Keep Calm and Carry On slogan. With time, I will add some of the material that I collected for my PhD thesis to this blog (although preferably not losing out on publication opportunities). This blog is designed to complement my website: http://www.ww2poster.co.uk (which seriously needs updating), and is the first time I have seriously published on WordPress (although I’ve been playing around with the platform since January), and extracts earlier entries from my random blogger blog.

http://ww2poster.wordpress.com/ (now integrated with the website)

Success: Led to an article in the New York Times.

One Response

  1. Hello Rebecca, I came across your linkedin posting because i searched for ecdl experts. I like you am an ecdl expert and i have set up an ecdl expert group on google. I hope to find other ecdl experts to invite them to join the group. I have contacted the BCS for a list but have not yet had a response. Would you be interested in joining the google group as a “founding member” along with me and be a moderator when we eventually get some members?
    Strangely, i recently bought a little book called “Keep Calm and Carry On” which gives a reference to Barter Books – Home of the original WWII poster. I assume you are aware of this – website http://www.barterbooks.co.uk. In addition, my father in law is an artist and has some knowledge of the World war II artists though not specifically poster artists. I have sent him the link to your website as you asked for additional literature on this subject and perhaps he can help you.

    I think these are strange coincidences and hope that you will be interested in joining my ECDL expert community. Look forward to hearing from you.

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