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In the shoes of … | Jen Phillips. Word nerd and mum of two.

Last week I was a speaker at a conference in London called “Developing your skills in Social Media: Twitter: #TwitterNHS”.  The programme consisted of a series of NHS Twitter stars – people like Teresa Chinn (@agencynurse) and Kath Evans (@KathEvans2) – … Continue reading

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Reminiscing is something “older people” do. All of us. We are all older than someone…

It is amazing how a tiny thing can hurtle you straight back into the past. A casual comment, a sound, a smell or in this case a tweet… Etch A Sketch inventor dies at 86 bbc.in/11BR4yU — BBC News (UK) … Continue reading

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In the shoes of Stuart Arnott | Founder | Mindings

It is amazing how many people regularly share the minutiae of their lives, via Twitter, Facebook etc, with fairly casual acquaintances and yet they cannot share family photos and messages with elderly parents who would really appreciate them. Building on … Continue reading

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