Edelman’s trust barometer 2016

Reading Time: 1 minute Edelman’s Trust Barometer has become a kind of zeitgeist meter for the kind of people who go to the World Economic Forum at Davos. 2016 Edelman TRUST BAROMETER – Global Results from Edelman This year Edelman talks about the Grand Illusion, that everyday people will follow the global elites. Income inequality and a growing realisation … Read moreEdelman’s trust barometer 2016

Reflecting on Yahoo!’s Q2 2015 progress report on product prioritisation

Reading Time: 4 minutes Yahoo! published a list of properties that it was closing down and services that it was changing support on over the next few months. Most of the coverage amongst the people I follow has been around the shutdown of Yahoo! Pipes, as despite its flakey behaviour it was tremendously useful for putting together cheap, fast … Read moreReflecting on Yahoo!’s Q2 2015 progress report on product prioritisation

Mentos go close to the bone

Reading Time: 1 minute Mentos put together a video that points out the minty breath freshness of their sweets and makes light of Singapore’s population issue with ‘national night’ presumably on the national day public holiday that celebrates Singapore’s independence. I thought that its risque nature was at odds with Singapore’s character, but only time will tell. The video … Read moreMentos go close to the bone

I like: Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific Corporate Social Media Study 2011

Reading Time: 1 minute Some handy slide fodder from Burson-Marsteller. It was interesting that Asian companies have gone to micro-blogs and social networks. I am not surprised as a blog needs nurturing, also you can do a lot more in 140 Chinese characters than you can do in the English language. Unsurprisingly South Korea led the pack, partly due … Read moreI like: Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific Corporate Social Media Study 2011