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Harris’ Law

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I came across Harris’ Law due to Jason Calacanis. Jason Calacanis has touched on the issue of overconnectivity in a recent editon of his email newsletter. It dealt  with more certainty about the adverse social effects that connectivity brings which I first heard raised by Eric Benhamou of 3Com when he spoke about a decade […]

Digital strategist – when do you think the role will be dead?

Published: (Updated: ) in marketing | 營銷 | 마케팅 | マーケティング, meme | 模因 | 밈 | ミーム by .

I have been thinking about the role of the digital strategist recently, how will it be affected by the ‘lumpy’ nature of innovation and mainstream adoption. When I started in PR many things that were now mainstream were cutting edge: online press rooms, online journalism, sending pitches through by email. As the fax machine finally […]

Inspirational communicators

Published: (Updated: ) in meme | 模因 | 밈 | ミーム by .

Wadds asked me on a meme to name three inspirational communicators, as part of a meme, this is how it started: The idea’s simple. We’re asking you to list the three communicators living or dead who have most influenced your way of thinking professionally and perhaps personally too. Who do you think the real innovators […]

The PowerBook

Published: (Updated: ) in culture | 文明 | 미디어와 예술 | 人文, marketing | 營銷 | 마케팅 | マーケティング, meme | 模因 | 밈 | ミーム by .

PR Week (subscription required) published the PowerBook this week, featuring 500 of the most prominent people in PR, it had a selection of questions that painted an interesting portrait of the people listed. BlackBerry’s at the ready, with leisure time facilitated by iPods and TiVo-equipped home entertainment systems, they are used to dining in London’s […]

Four Things

Published: (Updated: ) in meme | 模因 | 밈 | ミーム by .

Drew B has linked to me in a meme called 4 things. In this people who have been linked to name a number of different items in groups of four and then link to four other blogs that they know of that could continue this one.In typical Wired reader style, this concept of an idea […]