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The ramblings of a travelling consultant – episode 6 (part 1)

Long time no blog! I’ve been a bit of a busy boy recently, with one thing and another and, as a result, I’m afraid I haven’t had much time to indulge my blogging habit. I’ve half-written a few but haven’t got around to finishing and posting them, and I thought it was about time I […]

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Oz’s ice bucket challenge

As you may know (if not, have a squint at ‘An icy crisis’ and ‘Water, water everywhere (part 2)’) I’m a big fan of ice cubes. I do, however, prefer them floating in a glass of gin and tonic rather than in fifteen buckets. Particularly when those buckets are being brandished menacingly by fifteen grinning children with […]

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Is it just me? (part 2)

Is it just me? Is it really? In a scene somewhat reminiscent of the supermarket painkillers fiasco (see “Is it just me (part 1)“) I recently attempted something equally ridiculous – I called my dentist to book an appointment. Yes, it was naïve of me, I admit, but I know better now. Some time ago I […]

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The best laid plans

I spent last weekend in Wales, at the world-famous annual golfing event, the Abersoch Open. There’s a blow-by-blow account in my previous blog “@TheAbersoch” so I won’t repeat too much of it here. Suffice it to say that it was just about the wettest weekend in living memory, I played like a rank amateur, my team […]

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Never work with children or animals…or technology

The other day I attended a meeting of a local business continuity forum. It was a very well run, very interesting meeting – the latter despite the fact that one of the topics was business interruption insurance, living proof that any subject can be made interesting by an engaging speaker. There was, however, one small glitch […]

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