Hi Arron, thanks for this link (and many others). I remember when I first got involved in educational blogging it was fairly simple to pull together tags from any blog (via technorati ), twitter and flickr and display them on one page. I made a few for different educational events in Scotland. A marvellous opportunity now lost, hopefully to return.
Old Kilpatrick Braes. Started in thick mist. Frost picking out patterns. Emerged into the sunshine. Below Glasgow and the Clyde covered in cloud.
Podcasting refreshes the parts that radio cannot reach – but for how much longer? great article by John Naughtiness in today’s Observer.
Watched: The Heiresses ★★★★☆ understated and quiet
Watched The Irishman ★★★☆☆
Read: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett ★★★★☆ good fun modern fairy tale, with some unlikely happenings.
Politics #blogvember 30
A day late for the last day of blogvember.
I’m posting this again because I find it deeply troubling; a buried paragraph in Con manifesto basically saying if they win they have a blank cheque to change EVERYTHING. Mustn’t happen. Why is no one challenging them on what this paragraph means? pic.twitter.com/OqiZZTXV5j
— Armando Iannucci (@Aiannucci) November 30, 2019
Glen Fruin Loop: A beautiful walk today, over Beinn Chaorach, Beinn Tharsuinn and Beinn a Mhanaich. Frost and a clear blue sky. Notes, pictures and map:
Religion – #blogvember
I lost this about 46 years or so ago. I do count myself lucky to have gone to Sunday school and church as a child. Familiarity with some of the ideas and perhaps more importantly the language has been valuable in many likely and unlikely places.