Monthly Archives: March 2011

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

Why this post isn’t about social media

This is cross-posted from my personal blog. I was chatting with Jed Hallam the other day and one of the things that came up was the reaction that some people.

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Two weeks on the job

I am posting the below on behalf of Dolapo – My name is Dolapo I am 15 years old and I have been working at Ruder Finn for the last.

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CNN QR code #FAIL

So I was up early doors and tuned into CNN which is my usual MO when I am staying over in a hotel. The presenter on CNN was giving people.

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Facebook Connect, authentication and human behaviour

A row erupted a few weeks ago over the use of the Facebook Connect authentication system to confirm the identities of commenters on Techcrunch. I spent a while thinking about.

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Where have all the mothers gone?

Here is a little experiment for you. Take a scroll through your Linked In contacts and see if you can count how many of them are employed (as opposed to.

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Better banking through infographics

I found this two-part advert on the London Underground intriguing. LloydsTSB is advertising the use of infographics to display accounts information as a way of differentiation from other banks. Where.

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Mobile Monday London: keep taking the tablets

Here are the notes I made at the session that Mobile Monday ran on tablet devices. A few observations: The irony of a heavy early-adopter crowd gathered to find out.

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International Women’s Day 2011 – 25 facts about women #iwd

In honour of tomorrow being the 100th International Women’s Day, I have compiled a (hopefully interesting, if not useful) list of 25  facts about Women.  I have linked to/ quoted the source where.

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Gorkana breakfast briefing – The Observer

Thanks to an early-morning TfL fail, I unfortunately missed the first ten minutes of the Gorkana breakfast briefing with Andrew Clark, Business Editor and Heather Stewart, Economics Editor at The.

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Social PR 2011, London

Thanks to Selena, I got to spend a lot of Monday at Social PR 2011. Here are some of the notes that I made from many of the sessions. Activision.

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