… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Some hints on prompting favourable third party op/eds
Now that’s blunt feedback – slutty and cheap?
Is traditional public opinion polling dying a slow death?
Abramoff, op/eds and the “invisible hand” of the free market
Local advertising – leveraging profile with references to national programs
RIM’s litigation and media strategy
National Retail Foundation: Sun to come up tomorrow!
Garden State: How retail analysts look into their crystal ball
The Mannheim Steamroller School of Marketing
Brandweek’s opinions about marketing in 2005 … and blogs
Will the XBox 360 speed the death of MOR radio?
A story of a horny geek, through pictograms
Subservient chicken as a representation of a hooker’s disgust with plagiarised ads
How NOT to flack for a new candidate for Parliament
5 Steps for Major Corporations Launching Blogs
Audibile’s new campaign is mean to child literacy
Word-of-mouth advertising takes one in the ‘nads
Blogging international trade negotiations
Big pharma custom-orders medical journal articles?
Suburban lofts – you read it here second
Oppo research – conducted by the media or political opponents?
RSS feed problems?
Conversations with Santa, part 2
Yahoo to offer MovableType for Small Business
Nielsen, outdoor advertising and OnStar
How much is that mullet in the window?
Tar-zhay, SMS and fresh pork loins
Mobile phones, consumerism and Frank Navatsky
Brand Sluts, Ford and Kevin Federline
Tyson Foods – now approved by your personal diety
The Yellow Pages – in a knockdown match for accuracy
Blogs, malls and holiday co-op advertising
Perhaps the biggest downer on Christmas morning
Christmas Creep and Gift Card Budget Distortions
Pharma Sales – she scrips, and she just may strip too
Product placements in video games