Personal Category

From darkness to light: how I overcame terrible anxiety and made it to BBC Radio Sheffield

Being an undergraduate was very difficult for me. Plagued by serious mental health issues, low self-esteem, loneliness, and isolation. I could not talk about how I felt, it was not something I could do. The only way I made it through my undergraduate degree is because I was assigned a Disability Adviser and they drew up […]

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How a blog post I wrote took me to Split, Croatia (Part 2)

This blog post continues on from part 1 of this 2 part series and looks at my short time in Split, Croatia. I arrived a day before the conference so I had some time to explore the absolutely  wonderful  city of Split. Just as we were walking around we could see some beautiful views: I was […]

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How a blog post I wrote took me to Split, Croatia (Part 1)

On July 7th, 2015 the Information School ran the iFutures conference (I severed on the committee and operated the social media strategy). I met Sergej Lugovic, from Zagreb University Of Applied Sciences, Croatia at this conference. I had submitted a blog post for the LSE impact blog and was unsure whether it would be published, Sergej […]

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Algorithmic Visibility at the Selfie Citizenship Workshop

The Selfie Citizenship Workshop was held on the 16th of April at the Digital Innovation Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, and brought together researchers across various disciplines, fields, and backgrounds in order to explore the notion of ‘selfie citizenship’, and how the selfie has been used for acts of citizenship. The event was very well […]

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Almost 6 months of PhD!

My six month progress report is due in soon so I decided to do a blog post about some of the topics and issues I have encountered, and with which I am currently battling with.  I am looking at pandemics and epidemics on Web 2.0. More recently, however, I have been investigating the Ebola epidemic, […]

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Started a blog today

Started the blog (08/12/14).

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