Whether this matters to anyone apart from myself is a moot point, but a few days ago I wrote an article in which I said:
Managing ICT ... was my first 'proper' published book -- I'd written one for a company, and self-published a few books.
That is not what I meant at all, not least because it isn't true! I'd also had published the books you can see in the photo, which were on the market several years before Managing ICT.
However, Managing ICT was the one that had the most impact, both for myself and the ICT Co-ordinators and Heads of ICT & Computing who bought it. (I know that because of the number of people who even now tell me the book really helped them.)
Most of the other books were how-to manuals for software, rather than books for teachers. Managing ICT was a book for teachers in charge of ICT.
Like I said, it is of little consequence to the world at large, which I daresay will keep on revolving, but I like to set the record straight!