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April 15, 2015

The case for costumes for politicians

  I’ve been thinking about heroes and their to-do lists. It seems to me that 21st century life isn’t very well configured for heroes as we […]
April 14, 2015

“Is that the time?” – Semiotics and the ‘smart’ watch.

When someone looks down at a swivelled wrist it is a universal signal of impatience. I wonder if the inventors of smart watches have considered this. […]
April 13, 2015

The art of the apology

We all make mistakes from time to time, whether it’s in our professional or personal lives. Part of what makes us human is our fallibility. The […]
April 10, 2015

15 Things You Need To Know About This Week

Our client SquareTrade did a Bend Bot test on the Samsung S6 Edge, iPhone 6 and HTC One M9 – it’s almost at 2 million views! Twitter […]
April 7, 2015

Every decision we make has a bibliography

Pablo Picasso and George Braque introduced the world to Cubism. Cubism was an art movement in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned. I love […]
April 6, 2015

A small British business needs your help

My client and friend Adam Pritchard is in trouble and he needs your help. Adam runs PomeGreat, a small British juice business. I’ve been working with […]
March 27, 2015

10 Things You Need To Know About This Week

Your smartphone could be tracking you every 3 minutes! Facebook is making a Phone app. BT Mobile could launch this week. Jeremy Clarkson was dropped by […]
March 20, 2015

PR Club: update and date

Great news: We have a confirmed date for the first PR Club. It’ll be Thursday April 23rd at the Bank of England (pub) on Fleet Street. […]
March 20, 2015

Cut-and-paste all eventualities email sign-off

Best regards/wishes, Confidently yours, Kind regards/wishes, Many thanks, Respectfully yours, Warm regards, With anticipation, Yours respectfully/sincerely/truly, Cheerful greetings to all, Hugs, Kind thoughts, Take care, Wishing […]
March 19, 2015

British politics is fragmenting because politicians are singing cover versions of the same song

As a sideline I run a site called Polifiller.com. The site automatically strips clichés out of politicians’ speeches. It’s a simple idea – no more sophisticated […]