Archive for July 13th, 2009

Just emailed to me a few minutes ago – the statement from Vimeo and link to the Vimeo blog first – then my thought: Vimeo: New Source File Policy by dalas verdugo July, 2009 Hi everyone, The staff here at Vimeo is committed to making this website stick around for a long time. We want […]

John’s been banging on about Tweehive for a few weeks and the day itself is nearly upon us. Here’s what he is up to if you’ve missed the buzz: John Grant sent a message to the members of Tweehive: On July 14th let’s all pretend to be bees on Twitter. ——————– Subject: Tweehive 1 – […]

Another good article in Marketing Week. But as the blighters cut their page links occasionally, I’ve copied the article below, as well as letting you click through to it: HERE This time it’s very personal 28 May 2009 | By Morag Cuddeford-Jones Smart Technology, such as that which allows online retailers to sense when a […]

Brent Terrazaz has kindly collected together links for several popular account planning blogs, adding feeds that update to automatically to show the titles from the last few posts within each one. How good is that. Thanks for including Brand Tao Brent. But why my humble blog is currently listed ahead of Rory Sutherland and Mark […]

An interesting research study has found that people are more honest when confronted with the image of a baby, due to our innate drive to show empathy for children: The Times Hannah Devlin, July 11, 2009 What would you do if you found a wallet on the street? Leave it? Take it to a police […]

Financial services might appear dull and complex, but this example podcast from The Times, featuring Tom McPhail, Head of Pensions Research at Hargreaves Landsown, is a great example of how it should be done. Tom McPhail is an excellent spokesperson for pensions, being knowledgeable, concise and having a way of cutting through the jargon to […]