Monthly Archives: March 2011

PR agency of the future: stop projecting and evolve

So, on Wednesday this week I spent the evening at the #PRCADebate, which was the first industry event I’ve been to since leaving PRWeek behind last December. It was good to catch up with friendly faces and meet some new … Continue reading

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Social media: good for one’s health? (Here comes the science part)

‘If I don’t write to empty my mind, I go mad.’ Lord Byron As someone regularly diverted by the work of Mr Freud (Sigmund, not Matthew!), I often find myself perusing, more widely, research and studies in the field of … Continue reading

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Manifesto?

As a journalist who has worked extensively within the digital arena it is odd that I have never embarked on marking out my own online territory with a personal blog. I have cocked my leg on various occasions, dallying with … Continue reading

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