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Making it pretty Years ago I had to attend a series of lectures on chemistry and pharmacology. Yes, it was just as much fun as it sounds. The lecturer was a senior hospital chemist, quite brilliant. We were told she … Continue reading
Last week, we looked at why you should consider keeping a blog. Today we’ll deal with how to get started. I should probably begin with an admission. I am not very techy. I mean, I can use a computer and … Continue reading