New Year\’s Day

Del.icio.us.ness for January 14th

by mel starrs on January 15, 2008

in News

What caught my eye today, January 14th: PR Squared: “What I Wish My New Employee Knew” – I particularly like “Barring a huge project or crisis, we don?t want you working that late; it doesn?t impress us, it makes us question your efficiency.” Hear, hear The war on hot air – Mysogynist comments re: Ferraris […]

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Happy New Year

by mel starrs on January 7, 2008

in Housekeeping

Back to blogging for the New Year.  A few changes around the site.  I now have an amazon store which can be accessed at the sidebar and here – feel free to shop til you drop. I also have implemented a del.icio.us plug-in which you might already have noticed.  If you also use del.icio.us, you […]

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Del.icio.us.ness for January 2nd

by mel starrs on January 3, 2008

in News

 edit: this is a bit of an experiement yet.  As I managed to update my January posts with new tags and categories today, they got tagged too, as I installed Auto Social.  I’ll turn it off again.  Also, the descriptions are abbreviated – must learn to stick to the delicious word count. So ignore the […]

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Merry Xmas

by mel starrs on December 17, 2007

in Housekeeping

A bit early to be calling it a day for Xmas, but I am currently up to my eyeballs in learning Spanish – I have homework to do and everything! Normal service will resume in the New Year; expect blogging to begin again on Monday 7th January.  I am endeavouring to clear out all my […]

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New look, nearly New Year

by mel starrs on December 6, 2007

in Housekeeping

As you can see, if you are not one of my 50 odd subscribers by RSS (at last folks seem to be catching onto the joy of RSS), I’ve changed the look of the blog (again). If you are one of my 50 odd subscribers, thank you and please stop by and have a poke […]

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::via Green Building Press The EA (Environment Agency) have published a guide for developers (pdf, 90 pages): ‘practical advice on making developments better for people and the environment… how you can save time and money by contacting us from the very start of your project.’ The EA guide concentrates on issues outside the building – […]

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