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A Social Capitalist

I think this post about a Social Capitalist’s Manifestio describes me pretty accurately.  Still much more room to improve, but am getting there in my own li’l Rosie Land.

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Freedom…well almost!

Next week my boys start a new year at Lewes New School. I’m excited because it marks a big change for moi. My eldest is soon to be a whooping 6 years old.  That means it has been around 6.5 years since I felt the loving yet physically difficult pregnancy that really changes everything. It’s

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I want…

…to have a workspace …that I go into when need be …have the opportunity to work, meet and learn …for it to be big enough to have several things going on at one time …to have a creche …a mixture of a work and education place …a place where my boys can hang out too

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A mother’s dilema

I love my work. I love doing all the werkshop things as well.  And of course I love my family. However, I struggle. I want to be there for my kids, but I also want to work. Kids have (lots of) holidays. Kids get poorly. It’s often difficult to make it work legistically and quite

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A mother’s dilema

I love my work. I love doing all the werkshop things as well.  And of course I love my family. However, I struggle. I want to be there for my kids, but I also want to work. Kids have (lots of) holidays. Kids get poorly. It’s often difficult to make it work legistically and quite

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On the front page…

One of my projects has scaringly been going almost 2 years.  I use to do software testing as a day job.  Now I only do the odd bit of consulting.  However, I used my whuffie within the industry to slowly start an online software testing community.  Ning at the time was in very early days

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Getting Twestimonials – the Twitter, open and honest way

One of my partners in crime had just a few minutes before leaving to meet a client and asked me if she could have a testimonial of my work that involved Community Management. The problem was I didn’t, but it turned out not to be such a problem.  Twitter saved me. I asked. And I

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