Roger Neilson's Blog – May 2009 Archive (3)

Entering the staffroom

Unusual, there is a deathly hush as Smithers enters the staffroom. Its full, but there is no hubbub, no chatter, no goss... everyone sits silently.



Smithers goes and sits in his usual, well worn and comfortably moulded armchair.... he looks left and right, somewhat disconcerted by the total lack of sound....



To his left, Marley scrawls a note on a 'post it' (these are suddenly all over the coffee tables. It is passed to him.



It reads, 'Don't speak, we are banned… Continue

Added by Roger Neilson on May 29, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Taking chances and trusting in people

It seems a long time ago now, but way back then I was in charge of equipping all our staff with Laptops - we are talking about a decade ago, so back then it was pretty revolutionary. I was convinced, still am, that giving staff access would be the best way of moving everyone up in terms of their ICT use. This, of course, meant they had access to 'THE INTERNET' (shocked horror gasps in soundtrack), suspense builds......



I got asked the question, what can we do, how can we use this,… Continue

Added by Roger Neilson on May 26, 2009 at 3:39pm — No Comments

Where am I in the long line?

Every day the amount of 'things' I discover I could do grows and grows. Just as the store of human knowledge is exploding, so too is anyone's potential to do 'things'.The ability to network that Twitter has brought me in the last few weeks has not helped this dilemma. I could, just about, use all my time watching the hyperverse develop and grow.....



The line I am thinking about is similar to a group going for a walk in the countryside, but… Continue

Added by Roger Neilson on May 26, 2009 at 1:35am — No Comments

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