PR

Nov
01
The dark underbelly of paid Wikipedia editing

The dark underbelly of paid Wikipedia editing

Wikipedia's growing role as a verification source has made it more lucrative for paid editors.
2 min read
Dec
11
Tech today in one sentence

Tech today in one sentence

Russell Davies: We’re in that phase with a bunch of technologies where corporations don’t know if things make
Aug
18
Blogger blackmail or blagger blunder?

Blogger blackmail or blagger blunder?

Today in “things that depress me”: One of the biggest points being made on Twitter is that bloggers don’t
2 min read
Aug
27

The "placed" story and other failures of journalism

Sarah Lacy is outraged by PR behaviour: A company pivoted (read: failed) and decided it wanted some positive press. So
Mar
18

Traditional journalism will 'blow away on the winds of the internet'

Philip Trippenbach: Make no mistake: traditional, platform-based journalism is being crushed, and its dust will blow away on the winds
1 min read
Oct
08
Owning Social Meda, and APA Breakfasting

Owning Social Meda, and APA Breakfasting

My diary is filling up alarmingly right now, and it has been a hectic couple of days, but I just
2 min read
Apr
19

A Press Lunch With A Twist

How do you make your annual press lunch stand out from the pack? You make [the journalists cook it themselves]
Feb
04

When is a Blogger not a Blogger?

Isn’t it interesting how the broadening of the communication channel causes gatekeepers of all stripes (in this case, the
1 min read
Mar
15

Micro-Celebrities: Selling Your City With Linda Barker

My friend and colleague Stacey has been at MIPIM, the big commercial property show held annually in the south of
1 min read
Jan
22

Valentine's Day is Coming…

Ah, you can tell that it’s less than a month until that consumerist festival of enforced affection they call
1 min read