Tag Archive: RIBAforum09

Mar 24 2010

Ada Lovelace Day: saluting Su Butcher

“Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of blogging (videologging, podcasting, comic drawing etc.!) to draw attention to the achievements of women in technology and science. Women’s contributions often go unacknowledged, their innovations seldom mentioned, their faces rarely recognised. We want you to tell the world about these unsung heroines, whatever they do. It doesn’t …

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Oct 29 2009

Going to the toilet puts UK economy down the toilet

Watercooler conversations undermine UK plc Crosswords and Sudoko waste UK businesses £2bn a year These are just made-up headline, of course, but I expect if you commissioned a survey into the time individuals spend not working, but chatting with their mates, reading personal emails, etc, etc, you would soon come up with some tasty headlines …

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Oct 28 2009

Kieran Long and his Twitter avatar

One of the most common bits of advice offered to people just starting out on Twitter is to use a photograph of yourself as your Twitter avatar. Some individuals simply fail to post any image at all (and at least the colourful birdies are better than the old brown square), while others sometimes opt for …

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Oct 28 2009

Reflecting on RIBAforum09

For the second day running, I yesterday visited the London headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects for a social media event. While Monday’s Media140 event (see preceding posts) was thronged with social media-savvy marketing types, the audience at RIBAforum09 (see post) was, I think, altogether more conservative and cautious. The demographic complexion of …

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Oct 23 2009

Looking forward to Media140

I’m due to attend the latest Media140 conference in London on Monday (26 October), hoping to learn more about the rapidly changing world of customer engagement with social media, and being promised “warts and all” stories directly from brands like EasyJet and Innocent drinks. I think B2B PR and marketing people have learned a lot …

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