Adam was a student on our PowerUP Liverpool programme at SSE North West.
This is his story…
Do you remember what it was like before the internet, when people didn’t eat? Cast your mind back to the days when people wandered the streets forlornly holding a potato, unsure of what it was and what they were supposed to do with it. This week we almost returned to those primitive times as the BBC threatened to remove all of its recipes from the World Wide Web. No more quinoa goji tabbouleh or poached peaches with zabaglione for you.
While the threat has passed for now, I thought wise to begin building an archive elsewhere, beginning with one of my own creations: Short Crust Social Enterprise Pie.
Earlier in May we ran a taster session for our Third Sector Digital Leaders course – here are Zoe Amar’s introductory slides from the event.
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Friday already? That came around quickly. Far too quickly for me to think of anything particularly interesting to write I’m afraid. I made a lazy attempt to seem relevant in the subject line and that was as far as I got. I don’t even have any weekend plans that I can tell you about. How dull. So we’d better just crack on and get on with the news…
Enjoy your weekend