Monthly Archives: February 2009

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

I don`t do blogs

Call me old fashioned, but I really don’t see the need to sit isolated at my computer interacting with random people electronically, putting out an idea and waiting for someone.

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beyond conversation: what web 2.0 can do for your agency

I spotted a really interesting piece from McKinsey this week on six key ways that companies can make web 2.0 work for them. The piece covers the management and technological.

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The Jade Effect

As a 26 year old woman it’s hard not to feel moved by Jade Goody’s battle with cervical cancer. Not only is Jade having to face leaving her children and.

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Obama’s online campaign strategy

A number of my colleagues and I went to an lecture from Thomas Gensemer, part of the online team behind Barack Obama’s grassroots and fundraising success. Arguably, Obama’s online campaign.

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Doing well by doing good

The news that GlaxoSmithKline has pledged to cap prices on its medicines in the developing world to a quarter of the levels charged in the developed world, has sent shock.

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V-day blues

For the men in the Ruder Finn office and similarly many of those across the UK, Saturday is generally a day to meet up with mates, watch some football and.

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Has Twitter finally figured out how to make some money?

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, yesterday told Marketing Magazine of its plans to start charging the brands that use it. Could it be that Twitter has finally figured out how.

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tweet tweet ha ha

As Twestival approaches, another Twitter charity project appears in the rear view mirror – Tweetin’ hilarious. In aid of Red Nose Day 2009 it is described as: A new collection.

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Do rebrands ever work?

I am possibly the world’s least qualified person to comment on design. A bizarre portrait of Mike Gatting prompted the following comment from my 2nd year art teacher: “despite Paul’s.

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I’m sorry but you are over qualified

The global population is rapidly ageing; by 2020, about 719.4m people – 9.4% of the world’s inhabitants – will be 65 or more, compared with 477.4m (7.3%) in 2005.  We.

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