Something that is a bit of ongoing project for me

I got squashed up close and personal to a poster at Holborn station during rush-hour and got the idea for an ongoing photo project for me. I found that the eyes in the advertising posters were often quite interesting and decided to start capturing them. Keep checking back as the collection of this flickr set […]

Wordle-based creative

Wordle is a great tool for analysing text and surfacing keywords in a very visual way. I could imagine that it would be handy for creatives to run clients materials through to pull out messages and issues. However for some boring clients I’ve noticed that the Wordle cluster has been incorporated into the finished artwork. […]

Links of the day

35 social media KPIs to help measure engagement | Blog | Econsultancy MediaShift . Harold Evans Sees Bright Future for Print-on-Demand Newspapers | PBS Microsoft Tortures Little Kids With Bing Jingle – very disturbing The Open Graph API: What Does It Mean? Yeah, I’d Like Metered Broadband, Too — If It Were Actually Metered More […]

Digital Ghetto

Back in December last year, I light-heartedly posted about class and the internet. Part of this was inspired by an old article written in The Sun just before I joined Yahoo! back in 2005 (If you Yahoo, you’re chav by Harry Macadam February 3, 2005). But there is now very real digital ghettoes. It makes […]

Links of the day

Should Ask.com Sell Out Now? | Search Engine Journal – Yes it should. UK journalists on Twitter Update | PRBLOGGER.COM SEO for non-experts: what you need to know | Mark Pack twtvite :: create and find Tweetups in your town. BBC Radio 4 Programmes – The Media Show Microsoft’s results: online, it’s losing more money than before […]