Month: February 2011

Teach or your blog will die


I regularly give presentations about using social media. I talk about making your Twitter, Facebook page or blog a go-to place for useful information. Smarty pants blogger Martyn Chamberlin, writing a guest post on ProBlogger, has perfectly summed up what I’m getting at. In Teach or your blog will die, Martyn tells us: ‘Nobody cares who you are, but they love to surf the Internet and learn things. If you’re giving away useful content that […]

I love … Adele


I don’t usually post this type of content but I wanted to share this video with you. I love strong females. I’m inspired by them and driven. Adele strikes me as a woman who is in charge. I’m very motivated by that at work.

Video: How The Social Network should have ended

Diary of a Web Gal

I’m assuming you’ve seen The Social Network. If you haven’t, you should. It’s a powerful (and somewhat controversial) film about the rise of Facebook and its creator Mark Zuckerberg. Oh, and it happens to have eight Oscar nominations. The Next Web posted this hilarious video How The Social Network should have ended. If you haven’t seen the film then you may not enjoy this video as much. For those of you who have seen the […]

Typing circular text in Photoshop


I accept I might be a bit stupid when it comes to certain functions in Photoshop but for the past six months or so I’ve tried – without success – to create text in a perfect circle in Photoshop. My attempts have been made using the Warp Tool which makes text distort. I’ve Googled this problem only to be shown the Warp Tool method again and again. I just assumed I was doing something wrong. […]

The Anti-Social Media: my most favourite blog. Ever.


I’ve been reading The Anti-Social Media blog for little while now but today I reached a milestone. I am officially declaring it as my most favourite blog. Ever. This is the post responsible: The 4 Stages When You Have Nothing To Blog About. Sometimes I get a bit bored reading social media marketing advice from so-called ‘experts.’ Jay Dolan, the writer behind the blog, tells it like it is. You should watch this video below […]