Lifelong Learning UK conference 2009

February 28, 2009

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Lifelong Learning UK has announced its 2009 conference. Entitled The Power of Lifelong Learning: Innovation During a Recession, the event will explore the idea that now more than ever, learners and workers across the UK need to re-skill to stay ahead.

 

The conference will take place on Tuesday 8 December. 

Further details avaiable via:   http://www.lluk.org/lifelong-learning-uk-conference-2009-get-involved.htm


Webinar: “What’s New in MindManager 8”

February 7, 2009

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Saving time, conquering information overload and becoming more effective is on everyone’s mind these days. Studies conducted internally by Fortune 500 companies show that workers who use MindManager found better clarity of thought, made faster, yet more informed, decisions, and realised an overall increase in time spent on strategic initiatives when incorporating MindManager into their daily routines.  

Here’s another opportunity to attend a Webinar and learn about the innovative new features that make MindManager 8 a “game changer”:

  • Mindjet Player Integrated Web Services
  • Mindjet Connect Automated Task Management
  • Integrated Microsoft Office File Editing
  • Embedded Web Browser
  • Database Linker

 

 

Title:

What’s New in MindManager 8

Date:

Tuesday, 10th February 2009

Time:

10:00 AM GMT / 11:00 AM CET

Speaker:

Janina Miller

To Register, click on the Mindjet logo:-

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New e-mail law ‘is an attack on civil liberties’

February 4, 2009

by Murad Ahmed, Technology Reporter, and Richard Ford, Home Correspondent – Times Online

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“Upcoming rules that force internet companies to hold details of every e-mail sent in Britain are a waste of money and an attack on privacy, according to a prominent security expert.

From March, all internet service providers (ISPs) will have to keep data about e-mails sent and received in the UK for a year. The content of individual e-mails will not be kept by the authorities, but the timing and number of each communication will be stored.

At the moment, a similar database of telephone records – fixed and mobile – is held by telephone companies. The implementation of an EU directive, agreed after the alleged plot in August 2006 to set off bombs aboard transatlantic airlines, will extend the information available to the Government to include e-mail and internet traffic.

The Government will reportedly have to pay the ISPs more than £25 million to ensure the law is obeyed. ”

Full story: Times Online


Hertfordshire in the snow

February 2, 2009

Apparently this is the heaviest snow fall for 18 years so I went for a walk to make the most of the beautiful views…

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Widford Church

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Behind the garden, across the farmer’s fields

Woods near Widford

The woods behind our house

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River Ash