Black Book: A List of Things and People. Who do you listen too? Can you trust your intuition? Are you taking ample notes? Black Book: A List of Things and People.
A question people ask me when starting out on computer is how to type quicker. This question comes before they even have an email let alone a Facebook account. There are many books on how to write with certain software. Many assume it’s costly and needs supervision. This post is for people who already have… Continue reading Improve Your Typing On Computer
Remember the wooden ruler? Deddies and bambinoes? Chinese burns and the cricket bat? If so like me you come from an educational background that at that time needed discipline. It’s a controversial subject, though I feel it needs raising as more and more people get mobile phones and forget to mute or better still turn… Continue reading The Wooden Ruler: Getting to Grips with Learning through Discipline
Websites are getting more popular by the minute, it is a great way to discover films that you may not have found usually via YouTube. Movies are a great way to transcribe what has been said to then transform for writing. You can make nice banner image templates and add the text on top and… Continue reading Welcome in August and Thank You ReaderS…
Everyday something seems to be happening new with smart phones. New updates, new ads mysteriously popping up and all sorts of bloat wear attaching itself to our handheld devices. A lot of people fall for the tricks apps play these days. The good news is it’s not our faults. There comes a time when phones… Continue reading Mobile Need Updating? Removing Unnecessary Bloat Wear
Lists are often forgotten. The time it takes to make a sequential list and prioritise in order in direct correspondence with whatever it is you want to do. Action ways heavily on intention and the recursive habits taking place. Take shopping for example. Your environment directly determines and changes the needs of your list. Overtime… Continue reading The List
The difference between news-and-society, pure-opinion, computers-and-technology online can be difficult to navigate, thats why many roles are available. Contracts were made to help educate people searching for new skills to get better at computing. One question is how valuable are all these new skills in the current working environment? Investing in people skills online, yes or no?
History of the Android apps from the original framework. The Android phone and the successes. Six years of Android is enough for anyone to find something to grumble about. Lag on a phone. Crawl time of accessing data. Android changes Google Store to restricted access completely from accessing Google Play. Just as recently Docs changed… Continue reading Mobile Androids and other phones go out of date
The office is full, the team inside your head is there and its real. The first thought is all the work and who does what, who said when and at what time you expect that important phone call. The head of the office is situated in a different room for a reason. Making big decisions… Continue reading The Office
Who do I follow on social media and why? So how do you respond?
This is a story about a boy with a computer. This is a tale of growing up and as the boy becomes a man he is told the devices he uses are getting smaller, but all around him he see’s the bigger picture.
As 2014 is coming to an end shortly I find it good to reflect on the years progression. What have I learned and what changes have I come across. Earlier this year I managed to commit to writing on my blog documenting attendance of events here in London as well as sharing back my understanding… Continue reading Reflective update 2014 and look forward to 2015 online
I writing this post whilst garlic mushrooms and chicken thighs are roasting in the oven so I keep it as brief as possible. Clearing the mind for a new day after coming to a blank spot. People come and go as do thoughts. This can also track back to goals and things you have to… Continue reading Clearing the mind for a new day
This week I went to the Expo event in Olympia Twitter shares that I and others created during the event. Podcast by Robert Bridge from the James Joyce book.
Listen to MMC II Podbean podcast the concluding episode of how to get into media marketing communications # mmc