Monthly Archives: July 2012

What a Show! (Shhh…)

So I went along to the Technical Rehearsal of the Opening Ceremony last night at the Olympic Stadium. I certainly won’t be breaking the vow of silence that is gripping those tweeters at #savethesurprise.  There’ll be no spoilers here. I … Continue reading

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Brave New World – Or Is It?

Procurement in England’s universities sector could be on the verge of a new dawn.  Or, it might not be, depending on who you believe. The Government, in the shape of universities minister David Willetts, has declared universities and colleges free … Continue reading

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Games Maker Update: no dice

Well, it looks like I won’t be getting a Games Maker role, then. My mother-in-law has recently got one, though.  She’s been selected to be a wayfinder at Wembley Stadium and Arena.   I think she’s looking forward to it, but at 73 she’s … Continue reading

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