NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

  Today’s News Digest comes courtesy of the HEMNA official Twitter list “HEM Bloggers List“. German language news and theological ethics blog theolounge.blog @theolounge_de makes reference to US president Donald Trump’s reluctance for a second coronavirus lockdown as he expressed … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

GIFVILLE: New blog by Vijay Shah

One of the things that always fascinates me when it comes to the internet are GIFs. Little moving images, often quirky, hilarious and artistic, they always help to brighten up a boring internet search. One of the members of the HEM Community is a professional at sharing GIFs on her blog. Dominique, of the blog GIFS Gratuits PJC, based in France, regularly shares galleries of animated images usually revolving around a theme, such as Bastille Day, Christmas, humour and animals. Her work, plus the GIF Moments features I write up here for many major festivals in my life are what inspired me … Continue reading GIFVILLE: New blog by Vijay Shah

HEM BLOGGERS’ NEWS: Brand-new e-paper celebrating our Community

Hot on the heels of our new online newspaper, The Half-Eaten Times, which was officially launched on the 5th of April, 2015 in association with online media curator site paper.li, we have decided to start a new publication specifically promoting the content of the HEM blogging community. Called simply “HEM Bloggers’ News“, this new e-newspaper from Half-Eaten Mind and paper.li is exclusively designed to showcase and promote articles, photos, musings and much more from the great friends and compadres we have made in the WordPress community and beyond. As with our news version, HEM Bloggers’ News will come out twice daily, with … Continue reading HEM BLOGGERS’ NEWS: Brand-new e-paper celebrating our Community

BLOGROLL: Remembering a defunct HEM page

As I gradually added to and improved the Half-Eaten Mind, I created a blogroll page which had links to bloggers who followed me here on WordPress. However as time went on and more followers were picked up, it began becoming a bit of an ordeal constantly updating the page. Then a new widget appeared for the theme I am currently using (Mystique) which display the HEM community’s individual avatars on rotation, so from then on the “Blogroll” became redundant. I’ve just created a new “Useful Sites” page, and as they say ‘out with the old, in with the new’. The … Continue reading BLOGROLL: Remembering a defunct HEM page