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Flowers in my NYC home make me feel happy although #missingLDN (at east Village)

Flowers in my NYC home make me feel happy although #missingLDN (at east Village)

— 3 months ago
All Mothers Today

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”><p><a href=”;src=hash”>#HappyMothersDay</a> to the <a href=”;src=hash”>#universeofmothers</a> <a href=”;src=hash”>#welovetheyloveitallcomestogether</a> <a href=”;src=hash”>#welocomenewmums</a>&#10;<a href=””>@howshemadeit</a> <a href=”;src=hash”>#allmotherscanmakeit</a> !!!</p>&mdash; Mary Keane-Dawson (@marykeanedawson) <a href=””>May 11, 2014</a></blockquote>
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— 4 months ago
Tech viewpoint on advertising technology | Advertising news | Campaign →

MKD’s usual Outspoken Schtick take on the world of ad:tech for agencies!

— 5 months ago
Changing Media Summit 2014 panel: Global opportunities in digital - video →

MKD (thats me) moderating The Guardian Changing Media Global Digital Media Panel #Jimmy Maymann #DanHeaf #ChristianHernandez #DavidPemsel - Great Panel

— 6 months ago
Angela Haggerty | The Drum →

How is digital empowering women across industry? Mary Keane-Dawson, Rosie Arnold, Gail Parminter, Amanda McKenna, Janneke Niessen, Bridget Beale and Sarah Todd discuss

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day 2014, The Drum spoke to some leading women in… Read more

— 6 months ago

Porn Sex vs Real Sex: The Differences Explained With Food (by kbcreativelab)

— 1 year ago
myHealthPal® →

My Health Pal is - Empowering people, not just patients: myHealthPal is a unique health platform created for patients & carers, by patients and carers. Aiming to drive global change in managing long-term illness & chronic conditions by empowering people, connecting families with healthcare and simplifying health.

"We all hope that we remain people longer than we are patients, but when we do become patients we deserve and hope that we are still treated like people" - Mike Barlow founder, diagnosed Parkinson’s at 42. 

— 1 year ago