Monthly Archives: November 2014

The ongoing pain of excess winter deaths

Originally posted on Age UK Blog:
The figures for ‘excess winter deaths’ for last winter (2013-14) are mercifully down on the truly awful figures for the previous year. But this is no cause for celebration. It is a grim reminder that the…

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Practice makes perfect

Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
Earlier today I had a meeting with one of my longest standing clients who has asked me to help them produce some content for a social media Christmas marketing campaign. After some thought I think the…

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Irish Bakewell Buns

Originally posted on cookingwithcraic:
Growing up in Canada, I’d never really heard of bakewell tarts until a few years ago. In fact, since I moved to Ireland almost exactly 1.5 years ago, I’ve been introduced to a whole slew of…

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Sculpture by the sea, Bondi 2014 (3)

Originally posted on Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera:
“Not all those who wonder, wander” Sydney October 2014 (7 photos) The 18th annual Sculpture by the sea exhibition at Bondi ends this weekend. This free public event includes 109 exhibiting artists from 16…

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Giving young people a chance is good for business

Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
Over the years I have been fortunate enough to be in a position to give some young people work experience opportunities. To be honest most of the time it was not a lot of effort on…

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Instagram is a superb platform to create brand perception

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Originally posted on @PaulDeach:
As a social media professional I guess I should not have a favourite social media platform like a parent should not have a favourite child. But I do have a favourite and its Instagram. The simplicity…

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These postal scams may be making a comeback.

Reblogged with thanks to LoveMoney News. These postal scams may be making a comeback. Back in the 1990s, postboxes – especially those of retired people – were bulging with phoney lotteries, hopeless healers and criminal clairvoyants. Each one contained ludicrous promises of future health and wealth. … Continue reading

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