A couple of weeks ago my Twitter Search alerts for "Ormskirk" picked up the following: http://www.flickr.com/photos/62172246@N00/4903871923/ I was intrigued so searched Google Maps for "topshop near ormskirk" and sure enough, not one but two mystery Topshops were marked on the map. http://www.flickr.com/photos/62172246@N00/4903870211/ Obviously this isn't the case so why are Google showing them on the map? The … Continue reading Can you tell me how to find Topshop?
Wednesday night at Static played host to the second Liverpool Social Media Cafe and I was one of the speakers. The audio was recorded so you can hear exactly what I said or read below for some notes. RSS is not dead For the last few years various people have claimed that RSS is dead, … Continue reading Handling Social Media Overload
Yesterday American University launched a new marketing campaign, American Wonks. They've released a very well produced video introducing the idea. It's quite long but worth a watch: Obviously everyone in the video is very positive about the idea and their definition of wonk supports that: wonk | noun An intellectually curious person; expert in a … Continue reading Are you a Wonk?