Monthly Archives: March 2009

Modern Ada

Yesterday I pledged to post on my blog, a  recognition for my unsung heroines as part of the Ada Lovelace international day of blogging to draw attention to women excelling in technology.   As I have been drawn into the web … Continue reading

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passivhaus innovation circle

The next Innovation Circle Session on ‘Passivhaus’ will look at the possible influencing factors of implementing the Passivhaus principles in the UK.  Friday 20th March 1-3pm at the Adelphi Conference Room, Adelphi Building, UCLan.      Led by Sabine Engelhardt – Green Cities, … Continue reading

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recession thoughts and tips

The recent excellent BBC Life on Mars series painted a harsh, dark and in many ways ugly portrait of life in Britain in the mid 1970’s. It was in that this environment I started a career in construction, a young … Continue reading

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twittering on the edge of chaos?

It seems everyone is trying to understand and analyse  twitter at the moment, so after nearly a year of twittering , here are my thoughts: Perhaps it is a little more than coincidence that Twitter has been named after our feathered … Continue reading

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