Monthly Archives: April 2010

Beware bearded men selling underwear

Following on from my last post, I’m encouraged by this article (courtesy of Dan Germain). If I do start introducing myself to strangers in Cafes (and on Twitter) I can take solace that my goaty may make me seem more … Continue reading

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Twitter – friend or stranger?

I suspect like many people, whilst I recognise the popularity of twitter and the role it is playing both in the social media arena, and in the personal and business lives of its users; I struggle to engage with it … Continue reading

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Lego Augmented Reality

via google.co.uk Sometimes (and increasingly) you come across things that are based on the implementation of new technology in the everyday. There’s been much chat around AR on mobiles of late, but this application of it by Lego in point … Continue reading

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Social networks and the Push Me-Pull You

(image courtesy of the Huffington Post) Mark Earls is one of my social network conscienses, constantly reminding me of some of the simple truths about social networks. In this post he reiterates that the point often made that they do … Continue reading

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Be Your Brand’s Blood Transfusion – 30 Second MBA

From Servant of ChaosSo little time, so much to think about, ….so much to share Hurrah for Fast Company’s 30 Second MBA site. The challenge is to help the patients (brands) realise they may be suffering from anaemia. These videos … Continue reading

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Interactive Marketing Trends: Ogilvy On Social

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=8490490&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=&fullscreen=1 via interactivemarketingtrends.blogspot.com Giles Rhys-Jones’ (Ogilvy) perspective on social, plus some interesting comments around – agency group structure and how didital spans every division – PR, advertising, DM etc. – there current approcah to “social” – the success of Lenovo … Continue reading

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It’s not how many you know…it’s who you know (as always!)

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