The e-book on social engineering is now published and you can download it here for free!
Running at just over 20 pages, you can find it by clicking on the below image:
A homelessness charity I used to work for asked me to put together a flyer designed to attract potential volunteers. That was way back in 1998.
The idea was to recruit people with keen enough minds to interpret welfare law and help people in difficulty, at county court if necessary, with a variety of housing issues.
Given this was when the masses endured dial-up internet access, all I had to work with was coloured paper, Aldus Pagemaker 5, a photocopier and my brain.
Glad to say we got a good field of new volunteer legal advisers as a result.
Marketing expert and business trainer David Watkins discusses what business networking is and isn’t.
Thanks to David for giving me this interview at a network event in Sheffield a few years back.
There are basically two types of e-book. One requires careful planning and the other demands even more careful planning, and a bit of luck.
I’m gathering thoughts just now on writing an e-book that I want to write and sell through Amazon. Below, I plan out steps needed in preparation for the day I can just sit down and actually write it: Continue reading “Planning an E-Book?”
Street Photography is an activity that’s enjoyed a resurgence in popularity these past few years. I wrote an e-book about the subject and you can download it for free.
There are several other video compilations of my street photographs up at Youtube.