Monthly Archives: June 2006

The Co-Creative Business Show #1 coming Tuesday – SecondLife The Topic

The Co-Creative Business Show #1 will be coming Tuesday, all I can say is the guests I had on have set the bar way too high, and I think it will be all down hill from here The topic of the show is “Second Life – the Co-Creative business”, and I had three extremely brave, [...]

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Ford – Get Busy Living Or Get Busy Dying

The revolution will not be televised, it will be blogged, and people will comment on it. This is the prologue for the new online series that combines the Real World with Corporate Change Management. They got me, but my expectations were so low after their insipid “Bold Moves” TV spots, that anything is a step [...]

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JupiterResearch – Everyone Blogging By 2010

Not really, i’m just reading into it. JupiterResearch claims 70% of all fortune 500 companies will have corporate blogs by the end of this year, which even for an enthusiastic blogger like me seems a little… optimistic. Wait, here’s a quote. JupiterResearch, a leading authority on the impact of the Internet and emerging consumer technologies [...]

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The Conundrum of the Workshops – Rudyard Kipling

When the flush of a new-born sun fell first on Eden’s green and gold, Our father Adam sat under the Tree and scratched with a stick in the mould; And the first rude sketch that the world had seen was joy to his mighty heart, Till the Devil whispered behind the leaves, “It’s pretty, but [...]

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A TV Pilot That Never Aired Gets Viral

I love this story and hope i’m not the last person in the world to blog about it, I would hate to become totally redundant. So there’s this TV pilot that was filmed last year titled, ironically enough “Nobody’s Watching”, and it’s kind of a show within a show about two friends who want to [...]

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Losing Control

Three stars in the firmament of the blogosphere connect to form a new constellation, or maybe this is a horrer scope. Steve writes an excelent piece on how the universal fear is losing control. Richard writes how YouTube’s traffic doubled in may to 12.6 million unique visitors. David writes how an AOL customer recorded his [...]

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YouTube Bigger Than Jesus

Not really, i’m just reading into this statement by the Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of one of the worlds largest advertising agencies (Mark Tutssel of Leo Burnett): YouTube, which publishes video clips and has greater US reach than MTV This was part of a financial times article titled YouTube bigger than MTV’ for advertisers, sorry [...]

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Global Warming – Global and Warm

I do think Seth has a point about global warming being almost too positive a term for something that we need to galvanize some action around. Ari Sharabi has been contacting marketers to ask them to try and make a difference by posting something on their blog. We are, in many ways like the proverbial [...]

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W+K nike campaign

W+K nike campaign Come on England! It’s a rare piece of traditional advertising that stops me in my tracks. Admittedly I’m from England so this strikes a cord for me, and captures, dare I say, some of the “passion” that surrounds football. Phew. The campaign was done by Wieden + Kennedy in London, and they’ve [...]

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de.licio.us powered

Hi all, I just updated the way my links are managed and all i can say is I fucking love delicious. In fact you could say it’s delicious. It’s funny actually, i’ve had a delicious account for a couple of years but have not really taken advantage of it, i’m very habit driven and it [...]

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