Not every day can be great. Work today was up and down, ending with a surprise sucker punch. When stuff goes wrong – and I mean everyday, non-life changing stuff – it’s easy to mope about it. I frequently do – there are plenty of toys around my pram. I’d recommend picking up the nearest […]
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Declaration of interests first: we’ve both had a small hand in producing the latest update of the What is Social Media? e-book by Antony Mayfield. But well before we had anything to do with it, this was well worth shouting about: an inspiring, jargon-free primer for anyone who wanted to know what all the online […]
It’s easy to get wonderfully carried away with this whole internet news revolution thing. The argument for it goes something like this: the internet lowers the barriers to participation in the gathering, distribution and discussion of news, and makes information freely accessible to all. There’s no doubt it’s happening. Consumers are today presented with a […]
I’ve just become, probably, the last person who gives a shit to finish reading Harry Potter. Granted, it’s not exactly Tolstoy, but the speed with which everybody else seemed to snarf it down makes me wonder if I’m missing a trick. Perhaps when I don’t have to read, digest and write freelance about stuff like this of a weekend […]