Speaker, Writer, Academic.
Durham University Lecturer.
I do stuff for the BBC.
Feminist & lovely.
Hello. hello [he-loh, huh-, hel-oh]
Part of Speech: interjection
Definition: how do you do
Synonyms: bonjour, buenas noches, buenos dias, good day, good morning, greetings, hey, hi, hi-ya, how are you, how goes it, howdy, howdy-do, shalom, welcome, what's happening, what's up.
What’s happening here then? I bring you A Page With Views – this being my newly launched blog and accompanying site for all of my Hardey content. You’ll appreciate that no digital project is ever complete, so this is an ever-evolving and emerging space that will hopefully conspire to be a magnificent digital object and enjoyed by the eyes and brains of you and others.
You can explore all elements at your leisure. Get lost. And return here again for something new. You really should.
More notes and editing will follow, at which point there will be sense and nonsense.
So, that's it. A whole new website and more on its way.
You may want to tweet at my delight @thatdrmaz
So hello also brings its antonyms: adios, au revoir, and goodbye. For now.