No, no dead. No, nobody cared.
Anyway, I’ve been writing for the Voluntary Action History Society “forum”, a series of short posts designed to stimulate debate on voluntarism, the voluntary sector, and general history. There’s about half a dozen people involved, producing posts virtually every week. It’s well worth sticking in your RSS reader (if you have one), or just popping by every now and again.
My latest is on how charities might “re-brand” themselves as public attitudes change, but I definitely urge you to check out the other posts on there. The comments under the line are actually quite interesting and – as yet – haven’t resorted to petty trolling and sexist vulgarity. This can only be a good thing.