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Euan Semple wrote a short post the other day that really caught my eye. Here it is in full (hopefully he doesn’t mind!): A business where everyone blogs. Everyone thinks about what they are doing and writes about what they … Continue reading
Blogbase is a new wiki I have started to put together resources on blogging, for beginners right through to seasoned bloggers. Feel free to check it out, and please sign up to help build up the wiki! Cross posted from … Continue reading
Evan Davis, BBC News’ economics guy, has a pretty good blog called Evanomics (nice). Yesterday he posted on the hot topic of the moment, private equity. And as a blog post, for me it is pretty close to perfect. For … Continue reading
Iain Dale points to something which I thought would be very interesting: If you want to know why the NHS is in an administrative mess read THIS post on the 2020health.org site. It is a live ‘waiting room’ blog. Although, … Continue reading