In the wake of Apple finishing on top of the UK Coolbrands list, we ask the eternal question: “What makes a brand cool?”
A seagull steals a camera and films a fly over of San Francisco before returning it to the rightful owner, but even more surprisingly MySpace is coming back.
New statistics show online and print reach separately, meaning marketing, PR and advertising types have a better understanding of exposure and impact.
Elisabeth Murdoch speaks out against News Corp, Apple fall foul of sarcastic YouTubers, Betfred’s PR gaffe, next week’s predictions and dates for the diary.
Bigger office space, a new account director, and praise from our PR peers. Must be business as usual here on Quay Street then.
Avatars to provide imortality by 2045, Moleskine with Evernote support, and a cat with attitude. The best of the web in August is here.
Harry drops his pants, Benedict Cumberbatch defends posh, Miley Cyrus cuts hair; zombie advert, Tesco-ASDA water scandal, predictions and dates for the diary.
Bill Gates sets sights on toilet re-invention, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Total Recall TV adverts and George Michael’s Olympic humiliation.
The Official Restaurant of the Games develops user generated media content into brand new TV commercial, which will be ready for the Closing Ceremony.
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