Monthly Archives: December 2009

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Cancer Explained

The headline ‘Bespoke Cancer Cure’ hit the front page of the Daily Mail yesterday.  Not that one would question the credibility of the Daily Mail’s reporting, but my first reaction.

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Why the rage, Simon?

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks you will all be aware that the (wrong, in my opinion) winner of X Factor was.

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Not waving but drowning…in emails

My colleague Paul Allen wrote a blog post last month discussing his deep hatred of emails! While this got various responses, it would appear that he is not alone in.

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30 things no PR person EVER wants to hear….

This post was originally posted on my personal blog Journalist 15 minutes late for client briefing: “Hello” when phoning at home/in the office Voicemail alert: “Beep beep, beep beep” when.

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#pbr — when is a banker bonus not a banker bonus….(aka you did your best Darling)

…when it is (not so) cleverly disguised as a ….? After the #pbr announcement this afternoon, I put up a quick Twitter question regarding how Darling will be able to.

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The street finds its own use for brands

I was in the middle of reading Rob Walker’s Buying In when I started thinking about this post. Walker’s book comes with lots of examples where people have put their.

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boosting morale and creating loyalty in a recession

I am often sceptical of newspaper supplements as just ending up as train floor fodder but yesterday’s Barclays sponsored guide called “The Road to Recovery: A blueprint for business” had some.

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