Things read differently when you’re ill

This particular Friendly Ghost isn't feeling too great right now. It's got the worst sore throat known to man, woman or ghost and as a result seems to be addressing itself in the third person singular. A sorry state of affairs. It bought two books to cheer itself up on the way back from the doctors: … Continue reading Things read differently when you’re ill

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Blogging and PR vs bloggers and PR people

Generally I really don't like blog posts about blogging. There's something distasteful about it, like a dog returning to its vomit or some sort of horizontally influenced circle jerk. But I knew I'd end up doing it sooner or later, so here we are: Philippe Borremans reports from the Euroblog 2007 conference on the findings … Continue reading Blogging and PR vs bloggers and PR people

The best advice I could give on copywriting

The other night I made a curry. In the best tradition of curry-making I just chucked everything in that I could find, complete with hard-boiled egg. I always find a hard-boiled egg really adds that certain something to a good curry. That, and peanuts. I ate it, and it was good. But it was better the next night. It's always … Continue reading The best advice I could give on copywriting

David Cameron could be The Real Thing

This morning I was walking to work through Bayswater listening to Today on my mobile phone's radio (a very neat little Sony Ericsson K750, well worth investigating btw). They were discussing David Cameron's potentially risky strategy of placing himself at the forefront of the environmental issue. Suddenly, who should cycle past me but the man himself, complete … Continue reading David Cameron could be The Real Thing