Did you find what you were looking for?

Superquick NYE blog.

Dilbert
Dilbert (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I only started blogging back in May and it’s been a fun ride. I named the blog ‘101 Half Connected Things’ to allow me freedom to write about whatever popped into my head or I saw that day.

It isn’t an HR/business blog in a literal sense – it is normally about people and how they work (in and out of work). Sometimes it is serious, mostly it is not.

Over the course of the last 7 months the following search terms have led people to my blog. I can only hope to generate more randomness in 2014 and that people continue to spell ‘arc’ in that fashion.

Thanks for all you support, comments and criticism – they all help. Have a great New Year.

dilbert rocket acceptable losses
sexy love alive
disabled hr professionals
michael jackson blind fans
david d’souza humane
thoughts in half things
the letter (to post) in half an hour
good points and bad points of half people
innocent drinks organisational structure
hacking into hr
i love sexy wp
indiana jones didnt have a role in the outcome of raiders of the lost arc
random things that when put together make sense
do you think george bailey from its a wonderful life to be a role model
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One thought on “Did you find what you were looking for?

  1. You blog was a glorious piece of cheer and enlightenment in 2013 – I look forward to the next instalments over the course of this coming year. May it prove a wonderful time, full of health, happiness, success, love, understanding, recognition and friendships for you and all those whom you care about

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