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May
12

The media informs our choice in way they don’t realise. (And nor do we.)

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Like you, I am a fair-minded, considerate, person. The news I read, the stories I engage with, the information I glean is considered, compared, and compartmentalized against my existing understanding, which is itself, considered […]

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10
Aug
09

Twitter means business: products that give you feedback

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If you’re on Twitter you’ll see a lot of the get-rich-quick ‘7 ways to maximise your business potential on Twitter, forever’…

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03
Aug
09

Sustainable challenger brands need to look at social media with ‘soft eyes’

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[tweetmeme] If you look at social media with “soft eyes” you don’t get blinded by the presentation layer, you get to see it for what it is: An open, honest, and personal database. How valuable is that? In the popular HBO TV series The Wire the character Bunk Moreland explains to Kima Greggs that she […]

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16
Jul
09

Domino’s Clean Graffiti ads show dirty thinking

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[tweetmeme] Domino’s Pizza are promoting their American Legend specialty pizzas. Indulge me: Think about American legends for a moment… Buzz Aldrin, Lincoln, Luther King? US soldiers fighting in far off lands? maybe the Harley Davidson? So who thought Clean Graffiti was a good way of enhancing the message? Domino’s have gone bandwagon crazy by using […]

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09
Jul
09

World Wildlife Fund uses the hive

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The hive mind – correctly called collective consciousness and what we call co-creation – can deliver solutions to problems in two ways. The first is a bit like magic – the rather unglamorous fairground type of magic. ‘Guess the marbles in the jar’ games can be solved with an unnerving degree of accuracy by taking […]

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