Monthly Archives: February 2010

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

Jargon Watch: Altimeter envy

Social media changed the relationship between audiences and experts. Individual experts surfaced like John Battelle and Danny Sullivan built successful businesses as experts based on their blog presence. Some of.


Google Buzz: it’s not slipping into darkness

PR Week ran an article this week Google backtracks over concerns on Google Buzz privacy settings. I commented as part of the article on how Google at the moment has.


Intent index: mobile edition

With the first day of Mobile World Congress drawing to a close it seemed appropriate that I draw your attention to work that Marty McGough and his team have been.


Campaign ads – the best and worst. Part two – political ads

This is the follow up post to the advocacy ads blog I posted yesterday. The vast majority of these ads are from the USA and generally from Republicans. Like them.


Campaign ads – the best and the worst. Part one – advocacy ads

In response to the Robin Hood Tax ad, which is one of the best campaigning ads I have seen for a while, I thought I would post some historically very.


Spamming clever

I have an obsessive compulsive relationship with Flickr. It powers the images on this blog and acts as a kind of visual diary for me. It powers the communications that.