Archive | March, 2007

Weber Shandwick Bryne Baby Bryne

Colin Bryne, CEO of Weber Shandwick in the UK, gets my award for best named blog – Bryne Baby Bryne. Only three posts so far, but looking good so far. The main thing it lacks is a blog roll, which…

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Beta testers wanted for new Microsoft Exchange alternative

OK, this is blatant self-promotion on behalf of one of my clients. Softalk is looking for beta testers for a great new alternative solution to the collaboration features of Microsoft Exchange Server. Softalk Share Server provides native support for Microsoft…

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Ban Foie Gras?

Paul Blanchard, an entrepreneur and a Labour councillor in York, has asked me to promote his campaign to ban foie gras: “Hi, would you do me a favour please? I’m trying to get foie gras banned; it’s liver of force-fed…

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Facebook badge added

Couple of updates to the blog. I’ve now re-populated the Upcoming events so it actually shows some of the events I’m at. As a result of my work on Alan Johnson’s Labour Party deputy leadership bid I’ve also added a…

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Life’s a Pitch initial book review

I’ve been slightly slow off the mark to post about Life’s a Pitch , a new book by Stephen Bayley and Roger Mavity as Richard Bailey and Ellee Seymour have both posted already. Life’s A Pitch was published yesterday. My…

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Delivering the New PR 2.0 – Creating value through social media

My fellow speakers Philip Young and Tom Murphy have already posted about the fact that the second series of Delivering the New PR conferences is kicking off in Newcastle on March 27. It will be all new content from the…

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