"Saving face" an article for youth workers from @youthworkmag

Can you remember life before Facebook?  The majority of the young people you work with really can’t. While our online and offline worlds have now entirely merged, Simon Bass advises youth workers of the dangers of social networking sites, and how to navigate a safe path - for ourselves and the young people we serve - through the issues created by them. Facebook and other social networking sites are an extraordinary phenomenon. They are a…

#KeepCalmandCarryon Statement from @yesnomaybeltd

We join their blogpost part-way through: When we discovered that keepcalm&carryon.com had been snapped up and was trading we checked it out and was disturbed to find a site that looked VERY similar to ours. I also saw colour choices for prints and T shirts had been copied and our suppliers too! The product was virtually indistinguishable to ours. Then we delved deeper and found that the Terms and conditions on their site had the…

#KeepCalmandCarryOn Statement from Barter Books

"Barter Books wish to make it clear that Mark Coop has no ethical or moral right to 'Keep Calm'. The reverse - when he first jumped on the band-wagon, six years after it was first put on sale, and two years after the Guardian feature and subsequent TV that started the worldwide spread, it was already well established. We have records showing when he first bought a poster from us prior to starting his 'business'…