… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Personalization is keeping you off the bread line
A letter to the new interns
Yoga, retail and public relations; Vancouver style
Multi-author blogs and Strumpette
MESH 06: the intellectual and motivational hangover
Social Media for the 70s – with a satin jacket and leather pants
Maybe I’ll see you at MESH …
This stale PR-driven survey just needs some BBQ sauce
Strumpette and Flava Flav – Don’t Believe the Hype!
“Girls on Film” and your nosy neighbours
CSR: pity those poor multinationals
The New York Times lives on greenies and other corrective measures
Car dealer advertising sure to draw negative associations
Improving direct-to-consumer advertising – and slagging the Nasonex Bee
Media measurement takes a step forward in Canada
Canuckflack’s 1987 reading: Bunny Burgers and Gay RV Zines
Public relations for Christians: it’s not just about Sunday mornings
Toronto Star adds del.icio.us bookmarking
CSR: what is it good for? Huh!
Why does your client’s argument fall on deaf ears?
Muzak: programming the time of your life
Moving designers offa Ramen and onto at least Chunky Soup
Add a little musical quirk to your marketing for greater retention
Google: “talking out of its hat”?
Rupert Murdoch on Technology and Media
“I don’t like my job, and, uh, I don’t think I’m gonna go anymore”
Branding and Wal-mart: we’re going to market like its 1995
Wal-Mart’s blogger outreach program
Divine pitch: from a servant of God to your PDA
Hit ‘em right back media relations
Blogger junkets: does that make a blogger your pimp or your bitch?
Numeracy and literacy: making accomodations in important documents
Moving the conservative movement to the left, one John Hughes movie at a time.
Politics is retail – and you may just take a puck in the mouth
McDonalds – we will fight them in the alleys, we will beat them with sausages
Funniest Political Blog Posting Yet
At least our PR wannabes know how to dress
Some hints on prompting favourable third party op/eds
Blogs, malls and holiday co-op advertising