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#oneaday 58:Citius, Altius, Fortius

February 5, 2012 by


So says the Olympic motto – faster, higher, stronger. Indeed this year’s Olympics could and should do a lot of things for Britain. Much has been written about the legacy vs cost of the whole project and the latest figures to be quoted show a hard cost of £9.1Bn to the UK tax payer.; To […]

Gemma Critchley: 2011 in review

January 1, 2012 by


Well, the #oneaday year has passed. Granted, I haven’t blogged every day, but I’ve blogged as and when I could and ended up with 220 posts. I’ve really enjoyed the project and have met some amazing bloggers through it. Whilst I know it’s not going to carry on with the same momentum, I hope people […]

Day 339: Still writing on

December 5, 2011 by


Long time ago I wrote a post right here. As I started participating in the One A Day Project I thought about 31 days with 31 posts. Than – I was sure – I’ll fail. But I did 100 and 250. And now a net based friend of mine asked me to give an interview. […]

The Worst Albums Ever Made: ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV’ (2010) by Scouting For Girls

August 14, 2011 by


By Slick Nick @Poppeelings Last year, a teenage girl hit the headlines after willingly buying the Scouting For Girls album ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV’ , one of the worst albums ever made. In a Pop Peelings exclusive, the girl, who we’ll call ‘Stacey’, and her mother, speak for the first time about the […]

Unbekanntes Jubiläum (bilingual Nº 145 #oneaday)

May 25, 2011 by


An unknown anniversary: First blind man on top of the Mount EverestDer erste Blinde auf dem Mount Everest Every day I receive some informations about events in the past at exactly this day (or for tomorrow). If you too want such information, look at i.e. Wikipedia’s list of historical anniversaries. Täglich werde ich über einige Ereignisse […]

Babbling along (bilingual Nº 132 #oneaday)

May 11, 2011 by


It is day 132 of one post a day project here in Germany, Central Europe. And again I try to give you (and the whole world) a bilingual view into my life. About the impossibility to learn silently Über die Unmöglichkeit, schweigend zu lernen That’s enough for today – so I said at 10 p.m […]

Next try: Bilingual Beltaine report (Nº 122)

May 2, 2011 by


«Well – Beltaine (in Germany: Walpurgis) was amazing for me. Even though it was completely different to my plans and wishes and longings. First I visited a Protestant cloister near my city. I sat there there nearly three hours &hellp;» So I started my english/geman report about April the 30th in my own weblog. Yes – […]