… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Summer and Beer: a pair like Sonny and Cher
Canadian politics aren’t wired: how embarassing
Political ad consultants: talking out of their …
You’re in good hands … with Virgin
Boeing to offer in-air broadband
Vanity Fair reporter to students – you’ve gotta dig deep
The WRONG kind of third party support
Just when you figure out your audience …. their boss gets in the way
Teens want bullet points and tidbits with their newspapers
Would you like discount shoes with that tire change?
That’s not viral marketing!
A geek asks: Is this self-affirmation or criticism?
Wharton on the BBC, Iraq and Corporate Policies
Which candidate will hang their hat on Styx’ “Mr. Roboto”?
Remembering Late Twentieth Century Satire
FAQ: So you want to hire Santa
On Open Data, the Domesday Book and public policy
Joining the Advisory Panel on Open Government
Tumblr now available
When creatives work for good
Your luggage cart is deeply unimpressive
Instigator, not an insurgent
Warhol’s screen tests, with a touch of Cobain
Cutting edge portable music design
Politics and donkeys in the public square
Cheetos in motion
Audacity when it comes to institutions
Let government screw up
Shop fronts and door frames
Location – tell me my current obsession
His dance music will kick your dance music’s ass
Smooth Silky Bacon Hot Dog
Storage units: A moment in transition
Disco Trade Routes
Orwell on Consumer Culture
More shaggin wagons than you can shake a stick at
Colin McKay: Gov Web 2.0 Communications Pioneer
Knitting sucks and other thoughts about activism
Belinda Carlisle has my head – maybe