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An Apology

My last entry on this blog was in May (2008). When I first created this blog I decided I really didn’t want it to become one of those forgotten-about blogs gathering cobwebs in the corner of the Internet. Woops.

Unfortunately I’ve been somewhat busy and – same old story- have been finding it difficult to find the time to add content. It’s not because I haven’t got content to add, either. I’m still assessing and training and coming up with fresh new ideas. Incidentally I’m available for assessments and training in the southern area – contact me if you’re interested!

In addition to my rather busy work schedule I’m also completing a full time degree in Occupational Therapy which I feel is adding a significant amount to the professioniam and effectiveness of my AT work. Unfortunately this and the locality of several good pubs has resulted in a lack of updates for this blog and the main BLTT website.

There are plans to take things forward. The main BLTT site receives a surprisingly high number of visitors: 11,454 unique visitors in October 2008 compared to 5,492 in October 2007. The page reading depth isn’t so impressive which is why I really want to improve the site’s layout and navigation. I also want two parallel text options – the first using technical jargon aimed at clinicians and the other using a simpler language for the majority of the people using the technology. The new site will be database-driven so language style can be changed on the fly. In addition I’m planning on making videos and really want some interesting case studies.

Hopefully it won’t be another six months before my next posting. And keep an eye on as I really want to make something good of it. Gotta just finish that essay first (and that pint)…

Charlie Danger

1 comment November 28th, 2008


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