I’ve now worked in communications for more than 14 years, and in that time I’ve done a few professional-related things, but today was the first time I was part of a ‘Yammer Chat’. Yammer describes itself as an ‘enterprise social network’ — or as a colleague once described to me, ‘it is Facebook for work’. For thoseContinue reading “Preparing & running a Yammer chat”
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Lookup! It’s British Airways
Having produced one of the most memorable television ads of all time, British Airways has led the way again, this time in outdoor advertising. The airline’s new ‘#lookup’ digital billboards in Chiswick, west London, and Piccadilly Circus, central London, shows a video of a toddler who points to the sky whenever a BA plane fliesContinue reading “Lookup! It’s British Airways”
Did you know, that for the price of a bottle of water, you can have 6,000 glasses of water at home? Bottled water is one of the modern world’s great conveniences (and one of the third-world’s saviours). However, the environmental cost of all of the discarded bottles floating in water ways, and littering the land,Continue reading “Choose tap”
Does your business really need Pinterest?
This article is written by content strategist and writer Justine Webse*, and was first published on her own business blog http://www.justinewebse.com. You can read more of her articles, and sign-up for her updates, there. I’m sharing it on my blog as I think it makes a great case for why businesses need to think aboutContinue reading “Does your business really need Pinterest?”
Andrew Olle Lecture by Lisa Wilkinson
This is the full transcript of journalist, and current Australian Nine Network TV presenter, Lisa Wilkinson, who delivered the annual Andrew Olle Lecture at the Australian Technology Park, Redfern, Sydney on Friday 25 October 2013. This transcript was originally published online by the Australian ABC.