… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Let’s be careful out there, folks.
Revisiting Mall Santas
Playing the straight man – surviving client meetings
Canadian Advertising Villain #1
Knitting: the intersection of Emotional Intelligence and Retail Strategy
Government communications: a multi-stage career
Government communications is interesting, dammit!
Design FINALLY makes museums more fun
Government blogging’s still chugging along
Government communications doesn’t suck. I mean it.
Getting to Maybe: complexity, relationships and social innovation
Second Life: the future of groceries?
Davies: blogging killed the lunchtime seminar star
Clinton’s clippings include blog posts
Big conferences – as much personal marketing as face to face
No link between fashion stereotypes and eating disorders: industry
The average pressures on a PR counsellor
A note from the folks that read constituent mail
Corporate rubberneckers in your blog stats?
First Job Archetypes for Teens and Twenty-Somethings
The 22 (somewhat) Immutable Laws of Buzz
Third Monday: Social media meetups in Ottawa
Interviewing techniques, the decline of modern media and TonyK
The 22 Immutable Laws of Blogging
Working the biker angle in more detail
Users can comment. Users point to the pain. It’s up to producers to innovate
Marketing to Avatards in Second Life
Possible signs you work for an astroturfing operation
The Back of Napkin Diagram as Communications Tool
How beer can contribute to your big keynote
Your colleagues are, indeed, all lunatics
Targeted marketing, the Wieden + Kennedy way
Blogging academics and the universities who should love them
Bad government communications and an Indian blogger’s code of ethics
A pleasant landscape plan – for an Astroturf campaign
Podcasts: another way for the paper to preach to you
Is Martin Sorrell the Mark Cuban of the media world?
Using Flickr the right way