Waterstones Oxford Street realise that their customer base probably comes from the hipster sub-culture and working in the media sector. A mix of social media management in-jokes and grammar faux pas’ ensues. Here is an example of their posts. RT and follow for a chance to artificially inflate our social media Key Performance Indicators. — […]Read more "Genius social media tone-of-voice"
BlueFocus FY 2014 profit up 62.8% | PR Week – Sir Martin Sorrell will be concerned Founding Fuel Hunting with the hounds – Indian consumers, by and large and across product categories, gravitate towards lower prices and more features instead of passionate brand loyalty Keacher.com » How I introduced a 27-year-old computer to the web – interesting article, especially […]Read more "Links of the day | 在网上找到"
It isn’t often that my thoughts turn to Jeremy Clarkson, mainly because being a car-less resident of London (and late of Hong Kong), I don’t really have much reason to pay attention to Top Gear. Secondly, there is only one Stig and that’s my childhood sporting hero – rally driver (and probably Sweden’s fastest pensioner) Stig Blomqvist. […]Read more "That Jeremy Clarkson post (or lies, damn lies and sentiment analysis)"
What’s missing from this 13-year-old girl’s iPhone home screen? – Quartz – interesting but not necessarily scientific. It does make me wonder why color coding doesn’t happen in app groupings UI specs China’s slowdown has suddenly become a “fiscal shock” | Quartz – interesting economic data, the property price change doesn’t surprise me ‘We Came to Sweat’ […]Read more "Links of the day | 在网上找到"
Things that have made my day this week include: The Story of the “Save the Memory Project” | Ricoh Global – impressive dedication and process salvaging lost and damaged photographs from the Great Tōhoku Earthquake. Possibly the most amazing film trailer ever Post by NERD RAGE. Clock (Paul Hartnoll of Orbital, rather than Stu Allen’s mid-1990s […]Read more "Five for Friday | 五日（星期五）"