Monthly Archives: April 2011

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

The Expectation Gap

Earlier this month I forwent my usual lunchtime perusal of the Daily Mail website to attend a much more intellectually stimulating debate at the RSA. The topic for discussion was.

READ MORE

Mobile Monday demo night notes

This is cross-posted from my personal blog. Last night was the spring edition of Mobile Monday London’s famous demonstration nights and there was an interesting mix of products, software and.

READ MORE

say what? starbursting

Starbursting is essentially breaking companies up into more profitable pieces and despite not being familiar with the term until recently, it is apparently seeing a revival at present according to.

READ MORE

Color: the visual social network

This was originally posted on my personal blog. I have been giving a little thought to Color the location aware picture sharing application that launched recently. My initial reaction was.

READ MORE

My two weeks at Ruder Finn

I am posting the below on behalf of Zeynep –   My name is Zeynep and I am a 14 year old student who, for the last two weeks, has been.

READ MORE

i – What you didn’t already know

I have to admit that the Independent is not my newspaper of choice, yet last week I was pleasantly surprised when I attended Gorkana’s breakfast briefing with Independent and i.

READ MORE

Reductionism, public relations and ‘reputation’

This is cross-posted from my personal blog where it started to garner some feedback. I started thinking about this post when I caught up with Stephen Waddington over a cold.

READ MORE

Buy buy baby

I was reading an interesting article from Charlotte McEleny this afternoon about the next steps for social commerce and it got me thinking about my general attitude to shopping online..

READ MORE

a new kind of conversation from the CIPR….

Following on from the relaunched website last year, the CIPR is rolling out “The conversation” – a one-stop shop for blog posts and industry news pertinent to all things PR and.

READ MORE

The Evening Standard – the newspaper that happens to be free

The talk that Doug Wills, Managing Editor of The Evening Standard, gave on Thursday night at the PR Newswire Meetthemedia event was one of the most charismatic and interesting media.

READ MORE