- Coworking spaces London #1: Google Campus review
- 2012 in review: volcanoes, photos and a few personal firsts
- Five tips for journalists trying to make the digital transition
- Jo Fairley and the rainbow glitch
- RebelMouse ‘social front page’ on test
- Pedestrian manga love story
- A baker called Tom Baker…
- Ein! Zwei! Drei! Vierrrrrr!
- Visit to a parallel time
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Author Archives: Fiona Cullinan
Tweet So this happened… out of the blue on April 13, Pete said: “Will you marry me?” And I said are you serious!? And he said yes and I found myself saying yes back and promptly fell into the wall … Continue reading
Tweet I’m spending January in London for work. But my Fridays are free for random work, meetings and hopefully a bit of Friday School. So today, on Stef’s recommendation, I tried out Google Campus and met with Andy Bull, author … Continue reading
Tweet So that was 2012: work was good, travel was good and life was good. That’s 2013 jinxed then. Here’s what went on in 2012 in the form of a quick(ish) roundup… January New Year opened with me standing agog … Continue reading
Tweet Today was a first for me – being a speaker on the social media panel at the NUJ’s one-day conference on the enjoyably menacingly titled New Ways to Make Journalism Pay II. I’d originally signed up to attend the event … Continue reading
Tweet My first-ever animated gif is of a series of pretty glitches that appeared in a video with chocolate entrepreneur Jo Fairley, co-founder of Green & Black’s. She’s generating rainbows… And here is a glitch still of the lady herself … Continue reading
Tweet Inked by Pete Ashton using his new iPhone app Manga-Camera and captioned by me from a real-life event.
Tweet Today a baker called Tom Baker opened an awesome community bakery on Stirchley high street. Here is Tom (and, I believe, Dom).
Tweet I don’t know what I can tell you about Birmingham Opera Company‘s latest – Stockhausen’s six-hour avant garde epic Mittwoch Aus Licht aka “Wednesday from Light”. It was an experience that was not wholly enjoyable and yet at the same … Continue reading