As you may (or may not!) know, I'm an active member of the Green Party, having been a member for almost two years now.
As you will almost definitely (!) have heard, there has been a snap election called here in the UK, which has also co-incided with a local by-election here in my home city of York.
With these two extremely important events happening in the next few months, I may have slightly less time to spend on the ol' blog for a bit, as I will be out canvassing and leafleting around the city, working on my calves and tan in the process.
I'm going to try and do as much on here as I can, as I have about 1000 posts planned in my head. However the frequency of posts may become slightly less than you are used to for a bit.
For this I can only apologise and say that I'm out there fighting the good fight for us all - for a fairer economy, free education, decent homes, a safe climate and a public NHS.
See you very soon!
honest, I've been putting off writing it as I know it's going to ruffle a few feathers and generally provoke a difficult analysis of our industry.
The blogosphere I refer to in this deconstruction is a mostly female space. (There are many expressions of gender on the internet obviously, but the industry I experience is predominantly created by people who identify as women).
Again this is a Sunday Summation covering the past two weeks, as I must admit this whole series slightly slipped my mind last weekend... oops.
As you may be aware, back in June Des and I took part in The Clearing Project - a post-apocalyptic vision of the future set in the grounds of Compton Verney, a Stately home turned Art Gallery in rural Warwickshire.