I do love a good debate and I find twitter a great place for this sort of dialogue. But at the same time I am also oddly nervous of the confrontation it brings. I don’t like the idea I am steam rolling my views on others (I hope I don’t). And equally I don’t like… Continue reading Avoiding Confrontation
A very unusual thing happened to me today. During a debate on twitter about women priests and bishops I was called liberal. This is a first for me! Now much as I love the West Wing – I personally have never liked the term liberal, neither do I consider myself liberal. Far from it. Now… Continue reading Illiberal liberalism
We have a Bishop in this little part of the Church of England. he goes by the name Graham. As a CofE Bishop he gets the right and probable pleasure of being able to sign his name +Graham. All well and good until the other day I noticed using shorthand that he had signed +G… Continue reading Not the Bishop, but what is it?
I am finally having a purge of folk I follow on twitter. I love twitter, I love the people I have got to know, the joys and the hardships I have been able to share in through my online community. I love the idea sharing, the support and laughs. But there is one thing I… Continue reading its CULL time.
Interesting re-reading my last post after a very busy couple of weeks. My thoughts on Twitter could not be more different. If anything I am enjoying tweeting and reading tweets more than Facebook. Perhaps this is because it is new, but then again perhaps it is because it has opened a new spectrum of networking… Continue reading Unavoidable Blockage?
I have this week finally succumbed to the hype surrounding Twitter. Now I am only a few days in, but I am struggling to work out what all the fuss is about. Don’t get me wrong, this is not going to be a post about the evils of social network sites and the like. As… Continue reading What a twit (ter)