Monthly Archives: August 2009

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

What are the Climate Camp protesters hoping to achieve?

Don’t get me wrong, I believe in man-made climate change and I think governments across the world need to make some hard decisions very, very quickly if we are to.

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They call me mellow yellow….

I was interested to read an article that appeared yesterday in the New York Times discussing Gap’s new marketing push. According the NYT, in recent years Gap has been struggling.

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The rise of technology has created ‘the political gaffe’ – just ask Alan Duncan

[flash http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTwAGmDLW4M] Winston Churchill, Benjamin Disraeli, the 14th Earl of Derby, Calvin Coolidge and Mahatma Gandhi have something in common. They all came from an era when their mistakes, blunders,.

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How to get free photos for your blog (from TechRadar)

Interesting list from TechRadar today – few new names I hadn’t heard on here: Just look for your free images in a library of stock photos, where the photographer has.

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Civil unrest, death panels and accusations of evil – what is it? Obama’s Health Bill

[flash http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeUVr1kNZLY] Barack Obama’s health reforms have caused a royal scrap in the US and they are now threatening to cause a diplomatic incident. Sarah Palin has called the reforms.

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He may be on holidays, but the PM is still in charge

I’ve been a tad stunned by the reports over the past couple of weeks regarding who is in power with the Prime Minister on holidays and as a person who.

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Is The Observer on the way out?

At 218 years old, The Observer is the world’s longest-running Sunday newspaper. But if reports are to be believed it might not make it to 219, as Guardian Media Group.

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