This January we’re starting work on two great new projects. We are working with the brilliant Modern Toss (parental discretion advised) on their social media strategy, and with the University of Oxford on the digital strategy for the Global Health Network
This year’s festive frolic, The Internet of Christmas Things, is a sideways glance at Christmas through holly tinted spectacles. Enjoy.
We recently gave a talk to the Internet Services Group at Legal & General that explored big three themes in digital and social media and their impact on workplace communication and collaboration.
Last Saturday we attended the (not so) Mini Maker Faire in Brighton. Maker Faires are events created to celebrate “arts & crafts, robots and engineering, wood and metalwork, electronics, science, tech, music and more amazing do-it-yourself creation.”
ViiV Healthcare is a global specialist HIV company established by GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer to deliver advances in treatment and care for people living with HIV.
Econsultancy recently ran a brief news item, Nike beats Adidas in social buzz during Olympics, in which it reported that “Nike managed to outperform official Olympic sponsor Adidas on social media during the Games, generating more tweets and pulling in more new Facebook fans.”
Recently Skype launched a new service, Skype in the workspace, which I’ve been beta testing for about a week.
OK, so this isn’t the first list of its kind! The rules stay the same: quality, not quantity; engagement not broadcasting. Ignore them at your peril.
It is great to get industry recognition so we were chuffed when Castrol EDGE Grand Prix Predictor, a project we work on with Haymarket Media Group, was shortlisted for this year’s AOP Digital Publishing Awards in the Commercial Partnership category.