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The Register posts a very good comment piece about the Google/China spat, making some observations – including a note about the PR of the actual ‘we’re not censoring anymore’ but the main ...

Quick summary: Google and China are having a spat over allegations of hacking, with (quite likely) claims that the PRC – or representatives of the PRC – have been involved in the hacking of human ...

Man, just as everyone thought it was safe to publish their top PR and Marketing disasters from the first decade of 2000s, the Eurostar crisis goes and happens. Even though the fault has been identified and sorted, ...

Looking at a lot of the general – and some specialist – talk over the last week or so (easily googleable so no need for links) there’s that old common moan popping up: “so much for global ...

Apparently a guy in India is suing Unilvever (owners of Lynx deodorant – called Axe in India) for not giving him the Lynx Effect (I was really hoping that the first return on Google for that would be a wiki entry).

You’ll recall I was offering free PR and Social Media advice in Dundee on Thursday, October 8. Well the venue can now be revealed.

Boy, has this turned into a right stooshie about Sun Love and how they treat people. If you're just catching up here, this Contently Managed blog post has all the details. I blogged about it, thinking it was an ...

Most people know Marvel Comics these days – or at least their characters – Iron Man, X-Men, Hulk, Spider-Man are just some of the characters to have graced the big screen as have the Fantastic Four, ...

One of the things that everyone praises about web2.0 is the fact that people from companies interact with everyday people, AKA consumers. However it’s fair to say that most a lot of company seniors have to be, ...

The Scottish Government had their reasons for doing it (there may be others behind the scenes), the British Government is keeping silent on it (despite being headed by Scots – though it seems to be letting MPs ...