After seeing reviews in The Times, The Church Times, The Sunderland Echo, various radio shows, others blogs, and the Daily Mail, finally time for me to get around to my review of Bryony’s book. I am privileged to have known Bryony for several years, to have supervised her recent BA dissertation, and to have heard […]
Another one that made me chuckle on Facebook the other day: Image screenshot from Facebook.
This made me laugh the other day: Image screenshot from Facebook.
I love today’s thought in #BigRead13 – the fact that whereas yesterday we had strong grief, today we have humour, laughter and all that comes with that! “For jokes as well as justice come with speech” New Living Translation (©2007) (Psalm 126:2) We were filled with laughter, and we sang for joy. And the other […]
Patrick McGhee completes a range of “predictions” for the HE sector – the most funny of which is (especially bearing in mind the previous story): Several universities reject massive open online courses, or Moocs, in favour of basic open organised collections. “Boocs” – print versions of cloud-sourced digital material bound together and published in the […]