Monthly Archives: September 2010

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The new Twitter: documentary evidence

When the new Twitter was first previewed I put down my initial thoughts on this blog post. Having had a chance to play with it and take some screen shots,.

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This week in politics…

Party Conference season is upon us once again and this week, to kick it off, were the Liberal Democrats who gathered for their first conference as a governing party in.

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Oprah Time: Baked In: Creating Products and Businesses That Market Themselves by Alex Bogusky and John Winsor

Baked In is different to many business and marketing books. It is written by a successful advertising creative Alex Bogusky ex-Crispin Porter + Bogusky who is an effective communicator rather.

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Dog food, web-rings and blog-hopping

When I first started surfing the net I came across groups of sites usually on subjects like Star Trek or the works of J.R.R. Tolkein. You would land on a.

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Random Facebook security captcha

I received this captcha to complete in the midst of posting an update to Facebook, it hasn’t happened before or since. The humorous caption is happenstance. Reposted from my personal.

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Frugal grand tourer: Canada to Mexico on a tank of diesel

Switched.com clued me into the story of Craig Henderson. In 1984, Henderson developed a sporty looking eco-car which required very little power to push it along and some slippery composite.

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#tubestrike: Tuesday morning – autumn of discontent

The rail strike in London has come with an extreme weather warning across the country and surprise tax demands dropping across the country from HMRC. Looking at the updates the.

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