The implications for our members interested in easy ways to keeping the finger on the pulse is
Social Media is much more than fashion phenomena in our time. You may remember that Twitter in particular was an essential part of the Arab spring, and has been so in other social and political developments in these past few years.
Facebook has got millions of users around the world, a fact that hasn’t gone unnoticed. The new media is used in unbelievably
So you think that the art of conversation is dead and you blame it on the invention of emailing and the advent of SMS texting?
Well, not really, what they killed was not so much the art of conversation as the art of writing a letter. When did you last receive a nice letter written on nice paper in a nice hand? I don’t know if they even teach children to write decent letters anymore, and I assume that no one actually cares.
There was a time when Continue reading
Ian, Tony and I run the monthly “How Do I…?” Workshops and while we’ve been able to solve most problems and issues so far, we recently had to assist one of our members out of a real pickle. This is a story we want to share and one which I urge everyone to Continue reading
I had lunch with some old friends yesterday in their garden on a lovely sunny day. As we are all in our dotage it was a bit surprising that during the lunch the conversation should turn to technology and computer use.
What was perhaps less surprising was that