Monthly Archives: July 2011

Running to stand still – or my life since #methconf

Phew, well, it’s been much longer since my last post than I anticipated when I posted it! The world has moved on (considering the title and topic of my last post I’m happy to let that comment stand as a … Continue reading

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The end of the World as we know it

So tonight the more than 200 employees of a very well-known publication are working on putting their final edition together, after 160 years in print, before being left unemployed. In the midst of political and media commentary and speculation regarding … Continue reading

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My name is…

…not Slim Shady! As mentioned yesterday, I have been engaging over the past couple of days with folk about the Methodist Conference via the wonderful medium of Twitter. My thoughts yesterday clearly had a resonance with others, and one of … Continue reading

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Getting connected with #methconf

So, I’ve spent today in Cambridge. Meanwhile Methodist Conference is happening in Southport. These might seem like quite separate statements but they’re actually linked. You see, while I have been sat in my study trying to tidy an academic year’s … Continue reading

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