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CiviCon 2011 – London

I had the pleasure of attending CiviCon 2011 in London today. Lots of good discussion and sessions with developers, implementers, users and end-users, all of whom were intent on making things happen. My highlights of the events were: Things to look forward to: WordPress integration Something to get involved with: community support Creative solutions to working with CiviCRM: CiviBot/Miss MoneyPenny from Tech for the People Thanks for everyone for making this such an interesting and…

August 2011

Heritage tomato This monthly update comes late as I have been rather busy during the first half of this month. However, on my personal blog you can have a look at some cookie-experiments which I have been undertaking. I have also included a picture a heritage tomato, which is the most exciting thing currently growing in my garden. I have also had the great pleasure of seeing Nigel Kennedy playing at the Proms at the…

July 2011

I’m afraid that you can now follow me on Twitter @MarenDeepwell, although my tweeting is limited to work-related matters. There’s summery news on my blog, mostly vegetable related… I’ve also had the pleasure of moderating a very interesting webinar on digital learning environments and spending a lot of time preparing for ALT-C 2011.

Updated website

Welcome to an updated version of my website at http://www.marendeepwell.net . Over the next week I will add more content and fix the URL re-direct, but if you experience any problems, please contact me and let me know. Many thanks, Maren

June 2011

A new version of the ALT online newsletter to the implementation of which I contributed has launched at http://newsletter.alt.ac.uk . On my own blog you can read about my garden, a recent trip to Flatland and see apostcard from Sheffield. Cemeteryscapes is taking a summer break this year but the archive or posts is of course available throughout the summer as well. In the meantime, I will be concentrating on my work at ALT and in learning technology more generally and I look forward…

May 2011

News this month: The new ALT website to which I have contributed has recently launched at http://www.alt.ac.uk and also has some information about me as a member of staff. There is also much news on my blog, including an update on my first cucumber plant and various afternoons spend in the garden moving small plants from one pot to another – all of which are signs that the first harvesting of this year’s crop is coming ever closer. I have also taken the plunge and…

April 2011

Already a quarter of the year is over and the tax year is coming to an end as well, which means it’s time of year end procedures and looking forward. Planning dinner 4-6 months ahead may seem a little excessive, but when you are growing all the non-animal part of your meal, it’s never to soon to start.Cemeteryscapes is currently running a series of posts on objects and cemeteryscapes, starting with boneyards in the US. If…

March 2011

It’s mid-March and I’m afraid this month there’s little news as I have been too engaged with things outside the online realm to be able to do much otherwise. BUT – there is updates to come to all areas of this site within the next month. Enjoy Spring!

February 2011

This month sees the first birthday of my personal blog. To mark the occassion I have written a review of the first year of posting, which you can read here. The review also contains a countdown of the 5 most read and shared posts over the past year: At number five its “Chutney & air travel” (the chutney was a first attempt, but utterly delicious, in case you are interested). At number four – “On happiness on…

January 2011

First of all, a happy new year to you all and best wishes for 2011. This is the month for going back to work, making plans for the next yearand for keeping warm and eating porridge.Although we’re only a few days into it, this year is already beginning to look busy and interesting and here are a few things which I am looking forward to, starting with the development of 3D printers.On cemeteryscapes, we have had quite a…

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