Blogging with @Tearfund for #TFBloggers

Last year I went to Uganda with #TFBloggers, as we sought to share stories of the work that Tearfund does, to encourage others to support it. For 2014, there's an opportunity for 3 more bloggers to visit Cambodia and share the work that is done there: Entries will be open from December 9th to January 5th - see the Tearfund site for how to enter.

Digital Measurement from @thatdrmaz

I like this letter and don't want to lose it, so in total: I can only thank Times Higher Education for consistently transmitting from the academic blogosphere via its THE Scholarly Web. I have been writing loosely academic perspectives on my own blog since 2005. All that perspiration, all that inspiration is paying off, despite all those hand- wringing meetings with line managers who “recommended” that this “output comes to a close”. I’m not alone. Look: there’s University of Sydney scholar…

(B)logging off?

Quite an amusing piece: First, I have developed website-phobia (perhaps "retophobia" will become a recognised psycho-malady of our times, like post-traumatic stress disorder and Gulf War syndrome). Gremlins have devoured some of my students' grades and a letter of recommendation for a job applicant. I have suffered financial hardship because of the security system my bank uses to protect my account from me. The risibly named "Executive Club" website of British Airways has condemned me…