Monthly Archives: December 2014

Reflecting on my predictions for 2014

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
Almost a year ago I posted eight predictions for communication in 2014 and now as we near the end of the year I thought it was worth reflecting on whether they were accurate or…

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Remember others at Christmas

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
It is Christmas Eve and while many people are now on holiday there are still many more who will be working throughout the festive season. With all the rushing, present wrapping and food preparation…

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LEADERSHIP: Morale.

Originally posted on Walk the Talk:
Morale. Its corporate, it’s collective. When moral dips, falls below the normal then it becomes a kind of corporate depression. Its affects everybody, indeed it infects everybody. From the bottom to the top and…

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Barbie, Remixed: I (really!) can be a computer engineer.

Originally posted on Casey Fiesler:
I am a PhD student in a computing department, so I guess it’s not surprising that my social media feeds have been full of outrage over Barbie’s “computer engineering” skills. The blog post that originally…

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#PolTwt 2014 What Police Do

Hi, heres a quick blog about policing on social media as I have supported previous Police global twitter days using the hashtag  #PolTwt . Today is the 4th one and for the first time there appears to be some controversy over the event. The … Continue reading

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Whose Magna Carta is it anyway?

This is a bit late – but its value is in the careful argument set out! UK Human Rights Blog Yesterday was Magna Carta Day. It is now only 364 days until the 800th anniversary of the sealing of England’s oldest … Continue reading

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LEADERSHIP: Your mate’s your boss.

Originally posted on Walk the Talk:
My abiding regret in 18 years as a police officer is that I never went for promotion. As you get longer in service you see friends climbing up the ladder. Police Sergeant, Police Inspector;…

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Cracking intercepts: the war on terror and difficulties with Human Rights

UK Human Rights Blog Liberty v Government Communications Headquarters ( IPT/13/77/H); Privacy International v FCO and others (IPT/13/92/CH); American Civil Liberties Union v Government Communications Headquarters (IPT/13/168-173/H); Amnesty International Ltd v The Security Service and others (IPT/13/194/CH); Bytes for All v … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas / Happy Holidays

Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
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These are the 10 most dangerous toys this holiday season

Originally posted on The Kellett Digest:
Your kids may have already presented you with holiday wish lists chock full of puppies, ponies, superheroes, and princesses. Before Santa Claus loads up his sleigh, though, he may want to consider a study…

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