Snippets from my online life.
My main blog is at The lost outpost with twitterings @andypiper
Pivotal CF - the enterprise platform for software development
Pivotal is bringing together a…
Daily Mail or Stormfront?
But I could never find fault with the Fifth Doctor himself.
Youthful, energetic, courageous, trainer-wearing, cricket-loving, quietly clever, unfailingly polite, and - above all - fallible.
This Doctor made mistakes. Not everything went his way. Sometimes he was just plain unlucky. But he never gave up, never gave in, and held fast to what he believed in.
He had all the best attributes of The Doctor, but he was also vulnerable. There was a charming humanity to the Fifth Doctor that has never been replicated.
In other words, he was a hero.
TREVOR BAXENDALE - author of ‘Fear of the Dark’.
Trevor Baxendale has managed to put into writing exactly everything I feel about The Fifth Doctor, and why I too love him so much.
NEXT WEEK, ON NIELSEN STATS FROM 2009:
— Ramat Tejani (@Ramat_Tejani)
Hilarious blog puncturing Social Media Week tweets.
Social bridgebuilding is about real world connections
It’s all about the groundwork
It was James Governor who coined the term “social bridgebuilder”, in response to my musings about what it is I do with all this social media. Here’s a good example of what I like to do: I enjoy connecting people.
One of the…