[EVENT] Zoom with @TechForGoodTV – and a Suggestion of @AllusionistShow re Keep Calm

I've just come off a Zoom event with @TechForGoodTV - always encouraging to hear about the ways in which tech can be used for good, the enthusiasm of people to want to change the world, despite (and especially because) the extra challenges presented by COVID-19 - when there is more need, and much less money being given to charities: Checking out a few other recommendations from @techforgoodtv event this eve - https://t.co/wD1lKem0pG, https://t.co/dENxv3Dn88, https://t.co/VaNS9cxHj8, https://t.co/OLhHVFeuUJ,…

[LIFE] Talking #Pockets

Yesterday I was chatting to my friend Nell, author of the excellent Musings of a Clergy Child, and writer at LICC - an organisation I love for really getting me involved in 'life and faith' as things that work together - as an option for research... anyway, we were chatting about pockets, I love that Twitter highlighted this for me @alianoree ... and that you all took a POCKETS photo! Why don’t more places make with…

#EmptyShelf18 October Reads

I've been reading some good books this month: F*** You Cancer: How to face the big C, live your life and still be yourself by Deborah James My rating: 5 of 5 stars Along with Tea and Chemo, this is probably going to be a book I’ll recommend to a whole lot of people (undergoing treatment or friends with those who do). I’ve read this book in 2 sittings whilst trying to deal with fatigue…

#EmptyShelf17 #16 The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by @RebeccaSkloot

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot My rating: 5 of 5 stars It had been a long week at work, I wanted to turn my phone off, I was polyfilla-ing a wall - and I picked this up. I read it in the course of an evening - really well written, fascinating insights into the person behind amazing medical discoveries, and plenty to think about re research ethics (one of the subjects…

[SEMINAR] Room for Food, Spaces for Eating @MMUSpecial

This afternoon I enjoyed a couple of hours looking at/hearing about 19th C recipe books, and what these tell us about the aspirations (not the realities) of those living then, and then art produced in response to women's lived lives in that era, at the MMU Special Collections reading room and gallery. [View the story "Room for Food, Spaces for Eating @MMUSpecial" on Storify]
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