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Monthly Archive for October, 2011

[View the story “I’m kind of a big deal in Ipswich.” on Storify]

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I’m not fed up of waiting for my Facebook timeline to be enabled. Partly because I’m distinctly ambivalent about the whole thing. But mainly because I’ve already got Memolane. Memolane is a comprehensive timeline that aggregates all (or as much as you want) of your social stuff in one elegant, intuitive place. “All” includes Facebook. […]

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People respond well to original, adventurous, slightly mad ideas. This applies equally to marketing communications and to fundraising events. As Tim Fitzhigham said during his talk at the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh on Saturday night, Tell someone that you’re going to run 40 miles in the desert, or that you’re going to row across […]

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This tweet appeared amidst a Tweetdeck sea of grief and eulogies, prompted by the death of Steve Jobs. I caught my breath a little. And I was caught in two minds. On the one hand it was classic, no-holds-barred Mash satire. Funny, frankly. On the other the Mash tweet “broke” at the same time as […]

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My dad used to work for the Fibreglass division of Pilkington. His business cards were made out of glass fibre. They were well cool. My mate Mark runs Sandstorm Kenya. His business cards are made out of leather. If anything they’re a little bit cooler. These business cards leathers are made from off-cuts from the […]

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