Tim Morrison was in the White House Situation Room listening to Trump's July call with Ukrainian President Zelensky.
In his opening statement to his deposition on 31 October 2019, Tim Morrison said:
- he didn't think that Trump said anything wrong in his call
- he wanted the National Security Council to know about the contents of the call
- he feared the call contents would be leaked
- he recommended restricting access to the call content
Watching his testimony in the impeachment hearings on 19 November 2019, it seems to me that one can interpret Tim Morrison's testimony differently: taking actions to protect the President.
President Donald Trump of the United States, claims that the whistleblower's and Adam Schiff's version of Trump's July phone conversation with the President of Ukraine was completely made-up.
72 hours after receiving a tweet from BBC Points of View, I had finished filming my reaction to be shown the following Sunday.
Is that just my normal computer desk behind me?
Nope, I dressed it specifically for filming.
Read on to find out what I did.
But first, how I ended up on TV.
Last week I blogged my rant of the first episode of BBC3's "Girls Can Code".
As a result, I was invited to film a short review for BBC1 Points of View. My review was under two minutes with clips. I couldn't cover all the points I wanted. Below are all the notes I prepared for filming.
I was super excited to see a short series called Girls Can Code in the TV schedule. I wanted to see how the low percentage of women in tech would be addressed.
Within a few minutes of watching the programme, I started to get annoyed. My husband only managed 10 minutes of it before he had to leave the room.
I gave my seventh speech at Windsor Speakers Toastmasters in March 2015. It was for Project 7 "Research Your Topic" from the Competent Communication Manual.
Listen to my speech on YouTube or read it below.
I gave this talk at the InspireWIT Women in Technology conference for students at Nottingham University on 15 Nov 2014.
The theme: women inspiring women
The brief: talk personally and frankly about yourself, about your education and experiences of being in the technology industry.
I gave my second speech at Windsor Speakers Toastmasters in January 2014. It was for Project 2 "Organise your speech" from the Competent Communication Manual.
Listen to my speech or read it here.
I ran my first Kickstarter campaign 30 Apr-21 May in 2014 to raise funds to print a book of my erotica.
This was the first time I've marketed anything. I decided to document my experience. My campaign was successfully funded.
Naomi Wolf, speaking on the "Do We Need Feminism" panel with Karen Straughan (Girl Writes What) and Antigone Darling at the Liberty Forum annual conference in February 2014.
It's so important for citizens to act as journalists in a time when the Police State is cracking down on us.
I think I might have invented a new genre of erotica. I ran a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to print my book, fingers & tongues.
I thought long and hard about how to make the design work for the book's intent. Using my experience as a UX consultant, I made user-centred decisions on the typography, editing, book design and the use of imagery.
Until this morning, I hadn't decided which crowdfunding platform to choose between Kickstarter and Indiegogo for my campaign starting tomorrow. I want to raise the money to print my erotica as a book.
Here are the pros and cons I noted yesterday evening.
I have a series of crowdfunded projects planned for Kickstarter.
To get used to the logistics of planning and running a crowdfunding campaign, I decided to self-publish my short stories as my first campaign.
Do you read erotica? Or would you like to know why a feminist would write porn?
If you read erotica, do you find yourself flipping forward to the sex bits? If so, my new book "fingers & tongues" is for you.
Presented at Agile Content Lightning Talks featuring the Government Digital Service
on 3 Feb 2013 @ London Agile Content Meetup
Messages like "Sorry, 7 product(s) is currently unavailable in this page" make me cringe.
When small details like this are overlooked, I wonder what else might be broken on a web site.
I came across the following exchange when clearing out some files.
It's a series of messages sent via sixdegrees.com with someone I used to chat with online.
I kept the messages because I thought they were hilarious. I still do.
I wonder what James Sparshott is up to now.