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One Day Project: 3 iPhone developers, 3 games, just $100

With over 90,000 apps in the App store, getting your app noticed can be a bit of challenge. So the 3 developers at Tiny White Tribe decided to add a little excitment in the whole marketing of their app, and came up with One Day Project (ODP) concept. They spent the $100 on essentials such […]

Foursquare: A Missed Opportunity for Businesses in London

This is a guest post written by my good friend and fellow Social Media practitioner @GuillaumeFoutry Foursquare, the location based social game, has taken over the social media world.  Given that, you would think that businesses in London – the Twitter capital of the world and a European technological hub – would jump on the […]

Ford Kuga does Social Media

My day time job has kept me busy over the past couple of weeks hence the lack of blogging and Twittering… I’ve recently started working on the Ford of Britain account, and we’ve been busy plotting internet domination for the Ford brand… well kinda We kicked things off by inviting a few bloggers to the […]

Retro alert: PES stop motion videos

These amazing retro videos (gotta love PacMan’s Game Over) were created by New York  based stop motion artist Adam Pesapane, more commonly known on YouTube as PES. Game Over The idea of Game Over was to take something electronic and remake it by hand. Read PES’s interview about Game Over right here. Western Spaghetti My […]

How to embed your Foursquare check-ins in Google Maps

I absolutely love this, as I can now easily remember the places I checked in but also take a look at my shout-outs! Here are the three easy steps you need to follow: 1)      Log into your foursquare account and head over to http://foursquare.com/feeds/ 2)      Copy the URL for your KML feed and paste that […]

CNN International News App now available on iTunes. Must download!

A friendly PR dropped me a DM on Twitter earlier this morning informing me that CNN have just launched a free version of their iPhone app for the European market today. The new CNN International app offers an array of features to check international and local news on the go including: Headlines: The first you’ll […]

My SOTM: Tu Crées Ta Propre Chance

My SOTM was taken in NYC (my fav city in the world) by the lovely Mario, a few days before my 30th birthday. We randomly found out we both were in the Big Apple at the same time thanks to Twitter. Someone Once Told Me is an awesome idea which combines anthropology, photography and social […]

July #LBM at the Talk Talk Customer Experience Centre

Thanks again to Andy Bargery for organising an awesome London Bloggers Meet Up last night, held at the brand new Talk Talk Experience Centre on Broadwick Street. The Talk Talk Experience Centre, located in the heart of Soho is a convenient ‘Internet Centre’ for both Talk Talk customers and non-customers. How cool is that? Anyone […]

David Hockney and Jorge Colombo’s iPhone/iPad Art

Digital photography and photo-manipulation (aka photo-shopping) are now bona fide Twenty-First Century art genres. But what would you say if I told you that you can now create artwork with your iPhone or iPad? Better still, the artist who’s pioneered the iPhone-art-on-the-go genre, is 72 year-old (!!) critically acclaimed artist  David Hockney. After creating a […]

Final countdown to the Live Every Litre online premiere

Earlier this year, I blogged about an exciting international social media campaign 90:10 Group was working on; the Live Every Litre campaign was born to support the launch of the new Honda CR-Z with the aim of creating a pan-European crowd-sourced movie directed by Claudio Von Planta. We cherry picked a handful of bloggers in […]

David Guetta, Chris Willis, Fergie & Twitter

In attempt to diversify the content of this blog, I’ve decided to start writing about my other interests in life… Besides there’s nothing wrong in indulging in a little easy blogging now and again, right? I absolutely love Fergie’s singing to club sounds, a far cry from her Black Eyed Peas tunes. OK, fair enough, […]

Magnum – Unlocking the Temptation

Over three million people use the Underground every day. That makes both advertising and marketing on the Tube highly effective ways of getting a product or service into the public eye. The commuter has become much more sophisticated in distilling the information he takes in on his way to work and so the advertiser has […]

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