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Here is how to the get the twitter feed to work,
Add this code you you page changing the highlighted areas
new TWTR.Widget({
version: 2,
type: ‘search’,
search: ‘#harley’,
interval: 3000,
title: ‘Harley Hashtag‘,
subject: ‘#harley‘,
width: 480,
height: 400,
theme: {
shell: {
background: ‘#525252’,
color: ‘#ffffff’
tweets: {
background: ‘#ffffff’,
color: ‘#444444’,
links: ‘#1985b5’
features: {
scrollbar: true,
loop: false,
live: true,
hashtags: true,
timestamp: true,
avatars: true,
toptweets: true,
behavior: ‘all’
All the other formatting codes can be changed as well
June 16, 2011 | Comments Off on twitter feed | Permalink


June 14, 2011 | Comments Off on #harley | Permalink

Sky Community | Profile | Daddy Papersurfer

This is excellent

Dear Young Man

I just thought I’d drop you a line to say how delighted I was when I glanced in my mirror and actually thought you were sitting in the back seat of my car.   It must take a lot of skill to drive so closely to my rear-end without making contact.  I’d also like to say that I couldn’t really hear your sound system that clearly because you’d obviously removed the baffles from your exhaust – which was a shame as I particularly like music that has a powerful bass.  I do apologise for stopping at all the pedestrian crossings, that crocodile of school children seemed to go for ever didn’t it, and that old man really did need help across the street which was why I parked in the middle of the road and got out to help him.   I couldn’t hear what you were saying to me because of your exhaust and excellent music but I did appreciate that novel way of waving a greeting.  I was very disappointed when you overtook me and I lost contact with you and your nodding dog – have you known her long?

Yours sincerely
Daddy Papersurfer

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June 7, 2011 | Comments Off on Sky Community | Profile | Daddy Papersurfer | Permalink

The Activity Illusion with Ian Price

The Activity Illusion with Ian Price

A blog by ianprice

An organisational behaviour specialist and author of The Activity Illusion. Formerly a corporate man, he switched careers and was recently awarded a MSc in Occupational Psychology at Birkbeck College. Part of the reason he did this is because he was finding it increasingly hard to find work he could enjoy in corporate life. Everyone he worked with was frantically busy and yet so little was being achieved; this appeared to be the case the more senior the manager. He worked with people who were “too busy” to perform the basic functions of leadership – too busy to have team meetings, too busy to delegate, too busy to give feedback.

via The Activity Illusion with Ian Price.

June 6, 2011 | 1 Comment | Permalink