… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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It pays to know who you know
Now that’s niche marketing
Toasty toasty meat and 8 ton signs
The political economy of taco trucks
V2 Day – how social media is helping roil Italian politics
Galen Weston brings home the white label love
Secret Guide to Social Media in Large Organizations
Sweet whisperings of food
Can coporations manage the migration to social media?
Why does a Third Place have to have good upholstery?
I don’t know how I missed this
Lighters aren’t just for REO Speedwagon concerts
Show me the size of your sub-woofer
You have to understand your GD community!
More of Imperial Nostalgia – and some anti-consumerism
Holiday parking, only for the pushy
Style Council or the Jam?
Some snippets about retail
Get out of that habit, stick in the mud
Lego and economic development
Viral versus issues advocacy – poll reveals winner
Signs of a good conference
Journalists, pseudowanks and TED powerpoints
My first impressions of retail architecture
The subtle details of food porn
How wire rims bridged gaps in the market
Are skateboarders more saavy than social media experts?
Mass Observation – the Science of Ourselves
Hard Work and a Grudge Pay Off
My family goes way back with flavour modification
Skepticism, opportunity and fear in social media
Toll booths, plates and hammers
The first MySpace and Friendster and Facebook and …
Hamlet’s Blackberry: you had me at hello
We need to resurrect the brand of prom itself
How Ralph Lauren Kicks You in The Ass
How brands changed my Toronto to Ottawa flight
The BBC’s web principles
Peter Cottontail makes a good appetizer