Here are some of the things that made my day this week: The Singaporean Police issued this video where a cardboard cut-out sign warning shoplifters is brought to life, hilarity ensued amongst Singaporean netizens Post by Singapore Police Force. Guns n’ Roses Welcome To The Jungle for two cellos. It sounds more of an […]Read more "Five for Friday | 五日（星期五）"
#StateOfPR – Research report – stagnation in budgets, however this maybe due to the CIPR member skew towards NFP and public sector David Shing’s vision of a world united by tech: Media360Summit – Campaign Asia – the sixth biggest contributor to stress is media overload Why has ASOS removed its guest checkout option? | Econsultancy – they must […]Read more "Links of the day | 在网上找到"
My college days were dominated by a blue book published by Prentice-Hall that sat on my bookshelf and looked down at me. Philip Kotler’s Principles of Marketing seemed to be omnipresent during my studies. I eventually donated it to a charity shop a couple of years ago when I had a big clear out. Thankfully […]Read more "Philip Kotler on marketing"
NHK unveils 8K tech | TelecomAsia Avicii and Other DJs Produce Hits Using Pirated Software | Torrentfreak – interesting connection to Universal Music’s Per Sundin Where’s Britain spending? Barclaycard – interesting Q4 data (PDF data) Apple – Press Info – Apple to Invest €1.7 Billion in New European Data Centres – data centre for Athenry, County Galway, hopefully […]Read more "Links of the day | 在网上找到"
In 2013, I worked with a number of companies and executives that has used services to inflate follower numbers on Sina Weibo (a Chinese micro-blogging service). Often this was seen as a cheap way of getting an ego-boosting metric on their account or showing a positive delta relatively cheaply. Look at the front cover of […]Read more "An experiment on fake Twitter followers"