Monthly Archives: February 2011

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Access, access, access

Flick and I attended another jam-packed Gorkana briefing this week at the DLA Piper building. Sharing their wisdom with us this time were the team from Financial News, who included.

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Gorkana breakfast briefing – ITN

Tempted by nuggets of wisdom from the panel (and those really good muesli yoghurts), it was standing room only for the Gorkana breakfast briefing with ITN  on Friday morning. With.

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River deep, mountain high…

As you will have seen from Flick’s blog post a couple of weeks ago, To InFINNity and beyond, a few of the elite ‘athletes’ at Ruder Finn will be taking.

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Chemistry lessons with Google

Losing track of all the different applications Google offers? I was reading through this month’s Revolution earlier today and came across an interesting link in its ‘Hotlinks’ section. Google has.

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Otrivine tube train advert

A really simple execution by OTC medicine Otrivine that I saw on a Jubilee train carriage. It’s a nice play on the London tube map which catches the eye. This.

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To InFINNity and Beyond

Ever get REALLY out of puff walking up the steps from the tube station at Covent Garden? Us too. Which is why an elite team of ‘athletes’ from Ruder Finn.

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Digital Trends in 2011

Last night I went to my first Mashup event – Digital Trends in 2011. I wasn’t sure what to expect and was pleasantly surprised by the format, which was two.

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The Rise of Collaborative Consumption

Last night I went along to the RSA building to hear a talk from a lady called Rachel Botsman about collaborative consumption. I came out so enthused that I bought.

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Digital sharecropping debate

This tweet from Brian Clark was getting a lot of rotation on Twitter. I found it interesting less because of its accusation of Quora than of its attitude to the.

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